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OS 10.6 - New Snow Leopard Time Machine


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I notice after loading Snow Leopard, the Time Machine icon now comes up in yellow, then after a bit goes to green. Does that mean it's finished with the backup? TIA.
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It happens on mine too. It will show up as green on the desktop usually, but under the "system preferences -> time machine " the hard drive shows as yellow. Weird. It still back up and works ok though.
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Mine has green now, just hooked up my My Book and it came up green. Weird
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