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can someone tell me if i can set it to backup once a month??? i only see once a day or once a week....i dont need to back up that often. should i just set something in ical and then manually backup??

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No, Time Machine is not configurable.

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Supposedly there is a way with terminal to change the frequency of the time machine backups. Well that's what I've heard.
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my time machine doesn't even seem to be backing up. It wants to use my external as its back up source wants to clear everything off it first, is there a way to make back everything up on my mac hd?
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