I'd like to do a wireless sync with Windows to the Time Capsule similar to Time Machine. I've yet to find one good straight forward method (other than just buying a mac).
My 1 TB HD and 1 TB time capsule. 50% of Time Capsule is partitioned as a 2nd HD. With only 50% of Time capsule allocated to auto backing up documents, and photos.
I drop old movies onto mine in a backup Movie folder I created to make room on my laptop drive. But then I have to copy them back to the laptop whenever I want to stream them to my Apple TV2 (XBMC) I'd like to take the laptop out of the equation. But then I also wonder if I should be using my Back-Up drive to do frivolous things like stream movies in the first place.
So my Time Capsule just bit the dust. Looks like to move on from yet another Apple device. So I have successfully removed my hard drive out of the time capsule, but now I am concerned of the steps I am going to have to take to migrate my old time machine data to a new storage point. Who has had this happen to them before, and what steps did you take to migrate your data? Did you purchase another Apple Time Capsule, or have you moved on to new pastures?
My apartment complex is moving to a wireless internet for each building. Each building will have 6 access points for residents to pull internet off of with a log in authentication. I currently have time warner cable and use a 1TB time capsule as my wireless router. Is there any way to pull this new wireless internet signal and route it through my time capsule which will allow me to keep my home network. Otherwise I will have to connect each device separately to the AP and have no home network.
As well as using it to back up individual machines, I use my Time Capsule to store shared files. When saving files to it, I get a warning like this: The document "[filename]" is on a volume that does not support permanent version storage. You will not be able to access older versions of this document once you close it. Is there likely to be either a Time Capsule software update that will resolve this or a process you can follow (e.g. reformatting with a different filesystem type) that will allow...
Anyone else having problems with their Time Capsule dying? I've had mine for about 20 months and it just seems to have crapped out. I suspect it's the power supply, but I'm not sure. When I plug in the cord I see a little green light for a second and then nothing. Have tested out a new cord to no avail. I'm not under Apple Care anymore, so there's not much I can do. After a bit of searching, it seems like a lot of people have had theirs die around the 18 month point.
http://www.engadget.com/2009/10/06/are-some-apple-... Engadget article about Time Capsules that just stop working. Anybody having these problems?
Can anybody actually get there Apple Time Capsule to work with Sky Broadband