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Hello, I want to return to a previous state - restore (only the files on Macintosh and Macintosh 2) because I delete some files (I have create backups with Time Machine). What is the procedure ?
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Not much information to go on mate.
Also not sure what Macintosh and Macintosh2 are supposed to indicate .... remember, we don't know your setup :-)
Depending on what you mean with " files " , restoring can be as simple as restoring from the trash or launching Time Machine and using the finder inside Time Machine to navigate to the file/folder you need and hit the restore button.

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Not much information to go on mate.
Also not sure what Macintosh and Macintosh2 are supposed to indicate .... remember, we don't know your setup :-)
Depending on what you mean with " files " , restoring can be as simple as restoring from the trash or launching Time Machine and using the finder inside Time Machine to navigate to the file/folder you need and hit the restore button.

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Thanks McBie.
I use Mavericks and I want to restore all my files at yesterday. Macintosh HD and Macintosh HD 2 are internal Disk Drives. I want to restore from my external Disk Drive.
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Thanks for the clarification.
What do you mean with " Files " ...... are they documents you created, applications you installed, your iTunes library, or your iPhoto library or the complete system ( or any combination of these ) ?

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At Macintosh HD I have my applications, at Macintosh HD 2 I have my files (documents,photos, music, videos, etc).
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