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    hold on guys. I uploaded the images on geocites and now it says i have exceeded the freaking hourly data transfer limit. leeme find a better image host.

    //imageshack now
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    Million of thanks mojonandha
    You solved all of my problem in setting up my TC .
    I followed all steps you explained.. and Voila
    It worked
    God Bless You

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    All the TC setting went fine.. but ...
    When i tried to backup thru Time machine i got this message:
    The backup disk image could not be mounted.
    how can i solve this?
    by the way, i took screenshots of this msg but couldn't know how to attach it here.
    Any way, i am un able to back up thru TC

    also just now got a new window msg it says:

    Server connection interrupted : Time Capsule Disk
    and inside it a small windows box that i have to press ..it is (Disconnect)

    Plz help me

    Note: i am connected to the internet thru the new network i created by TC (even so it became much slower than thru my Router)

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    does anyone know if you can use time capsule to back up any windows machines on the network? can it only be used as a router for windows machines or is there some way to partition the harddrive so it will work for both operating systems??

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    thru many browsing work, it came to my knowledge that the error message "The backup disk image could not be mounted" is related to sparsebundle file that needs to be fixed.

    The problem is i dont know what is sparsebundle file!!
    And dont know how to find it nor to fix it

    plz help meeeee

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    Wondering if you could help in a similar way. I am trying to use the 1TB of HD space of my Time capsule not for Time Machine but as a wireless HD that i can keep all my media. My goal is to be able to keep all my movies, and music on my time capsule and use itunes to keep it managed. Then i use my appleTv to watch my movies. I've tried changing the router to N but the video is still choppy. I am curious if running itunes on TC and linking it to AppleTV would be possible. If not I would love to hear any suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q8Ghada View Post
    All the TC setting went fine.. but ...
    When i tried to backup thru Time machine i got this message:
    The backup disk image could not be mounted.
    how can i solve this?
    by the way, i took screenshots of this msg but couldn't know how to attach it here.
    Any way, i am un able to back up thru TC

    also just now got a new window msg it says:

    Server connection interrupted : Time Capsule Disk
    and inside it a small windows box that i have to press ..it is (Disconnect)

    Plz help me

    Note: i am connected to the internet thru the new network i created by TC (even so it became much slower than thru my Router)
    try this and do the first backup with the ethernet cable , turn off the wireless(Airport) on your macbook.

    Open Airport Utility
    Click on 'Manual Setup' on the left botton corner of the AIrport utility
    On the top you will see 'Airport', 'Internet', Printers, Disks. Here go to disks and you will see your Time capsule's 1TB disk and you will see an option to ERASE. Click that and wait until you are done. This will give you a brand new TC disk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imastupidaso View Post
    Wondering if you could help in a similar way. I am trying to use the 1TB of HD space of my Time capsule not for Time Machine but as a wireless HD that i can keep all my media. My goal is to be able to keep all my movies, and music on my time capsule and use itunes to keep it managed. Then i use my appleTv to watch my movies. I've tried changing the router to N but the video is still choppy. I am curious if running itunes on TC and linking it to AppleTV would be possible. If not I would love to hear any suggestions.
    I dont know about apple tv but I keep all my media in the TC and stream it on my Macbook Air. No problems with that. I dont see why apple tv woudnt work the same way unless the TC is out of range. In that case you can try changing the postions of your TC. And if you live in wireless crowded area try changing the channel on your base station.
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    Thumbs up
    all my problems has been solved and everything is working properly

    Thank you mojonandha

    I should call you Mr. Expert

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    cheers mate.
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    what about my old files i did back up in my old Hard Disk thru Time Machine, how can i put them in TC?
    and will they work with the new back up i did in TC ?
    Plz advice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Q8Ghada View Post
    what about my old files i did back up in my old Hard Disk thru Time Machine, how can i put them in TC?
    and will they work with the new back up i did in TC ?
    Plz advice

    you can copy and paste them into your TC. But it would not be restorable using Time Machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mojonandha View Post
    I dont know about apple tv but I keep all my media in the TC and stream it on my Macbook Air. No problems with that. I dont see why apple tv woudnt work the same way unless the TC is out of range. In that case you can try changing the postions of your TC. And if you live in wireless crowded area try changing the channel on your base station.
    Could you tell me what setting you have for the base station and anything else you feel is helpful. And just to be clear, you are able to use video media seamlessly with your TC.

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    I have it configured in bridge mode and i have my TC in the same room as i have my macbook so i can stream my vids just fine.
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    that did it. I didn't have my MBP in the same room. Works great. thats why Imastupidaso

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