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OS 10.5 - Lost Time Machine Preference Pane


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Hi there guys!

I was playing around with the system files (VERY silly of me, i know,) for System Preferences and changed the permissions for the Time Machine System Preferences Pane, I changed the permissions, then changed them back to what they were again. Now, when I click on 'Time Machine' in System Preferences, the preference pane loads, but is empty, nothing there - its just blank.

I desperately need help on this one - if any of you know anything, I'd be very grateful to know!

Thanks an OS worth!

Mr Macintosh

P.S: I've included a picture of what it looks like in System Preferences after I click on the Time Machine preference pane:
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