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Old 08-28-2012, 12:36 PM   #1
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Default Mac Time Capsule advice

My Time Machine got very slow, and is right now out of service (mainly because my system was in a mess, and I took it off). I am thinking of taking Ann’s advice and moving on to a Time Capsule.

I have getting poor Airport reception recently. My phone often lacks sufficient signal, for example. This is since I set up a new Airport Extreme a couple of months ago (in the same place as my old plain Airport). Before that, the phone usually worked.

Reception wasn’t perfect before; I think moving it to a more central location would be a good idea.

Am using an older iMac (late 2006) but have a newer 2007 model read to be set up any minute now. Both can run Snow Leopard 10.7.4 but I gather the new TC will not allow that?

Obviously could use advice.


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