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I am a relatively new Mac user and I previously had a different background on my desktop. Since I've switched to Snow Leopard, the one I had and really liked is no longer available.

It was a blue desktop background, if that helps matters. Is there any place or any way I can get that old desktop back?

I also back up my machine with Time Machine. Would that file or photo be on my external hard drive?

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Can someone please answer my question?
Is it possible I can go back to my Time Machine on the External Hard Drive and "grab" that old background?
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