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hello

the backup appear in the " do not backup list " and cannot take it out

and why do i have two backup yo ! i pluged only one


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You don't have two "yo base" discs. It is showing you that your Backup disc is "yo base" and that "yo base" is available for other backups.
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so ok i have one machine .
but why is it in " exclude these items back up "
and i connot get it out ?

schould i re-initialize the disc

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It is excluded "from" the backup because it "is" the backup.

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schould i re-initialize the disc

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Don't do that or your backup will be destroyed.

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As bobtomay has said: Time Machine cannot back itself up so whatever Drive you use for TM and whatever you may call it, it will ALWAYS show in the "exclude" box.

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