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    Restore CCC
    With Carbon Copy Cloner, Suppose I back up everything then if I want to install single picture or file from back up. FOUND HOW TO DO THAT ALRIGHT SO SKIP THIS QUESTION, I TEST IT AND WORKS GOOD

    After full back up High Sierra using CCC and I find some corrupted files, Will I have option to which dates I want to reinstall from back ups to make sure its not the corrupt ones??

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    Last edited by Dittoman1; 10-07-2018 at 06:46 PM.
    Thanks in Advance
    Ron

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    I ve re read over and over, practices a lot...I can restore single file or Folder using drag and drop... Theres a video I tried to watch, cannot understand a word, put on Closed Captioned, Hard to read and watch video same time...just too fast so instead read from help menu, think I got what I want to know so Thanks and please close this
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    Ron

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    I send my report to Bombich, they reply with this below :

    You have two tasks ("LeCie HD BkUp" & "WD HD BkUp") that are configured to backup the same source volume to the same destination volume. When these tasks run at the same time, they conflict with each other and these conflicts led to the errors that were reported. that few times in the past...
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    Which is what I suggested in your other post on the same subject, Ron. That is to say, you tagged it onto the end of your other Thread.

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    I ran CCC on 2 External HD, I m sure its different day and time, like LeCie at 1am midnight and Western Diginal at 3 am, but never on same day. AM I suppose to Disable one of the exHD before doing other ??
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    You may be better served if you set those backups for different times AM/PM? If you set one up for 1AM, and the other up for 1PM, leaving the days separate, it shouldn't have that issue any more.
    -- Bob --
    Please backup. Everything has a life cycle, unexpected and warning free. Nothing will last as long as you want it to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrarr View Post
    You may be better served if you set those backups for different times AM/PM? If you set one up for 1AM, and the other up for 1PM, leaving the days separate, it shouldn't have that issue any more.
    OK will try it your way and I believe you re right, ok Another Question, the picture below says " Restore " on right top, What does it restore? Snapshots or my choice of pick which day I want to go back??
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    Last edited by Dittoman1; 10-10-2018 at 06:24 PM.
    Thanks in Advance
    Ron

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