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Hi. I'm not sure if I can do all of that without looking at those steps again but I'll do my best. No you hadn't told me what to do before, you sort of wished me luck. Thank you very much. Siobhan
I'm currently at my parents' house for the weekend, but I actually used Time Machine this morning for my first ever Mac backup. I figured I would ask a sister if I could borrow her external drive since I don't currently own one, and she agreed. So I set up Time Machine and started the backup, and it went well. Tomorrow I have a Genius Bar appointment, and they highly recommended I do a backup so there you go. Thus far I've found Time Machine to be very accessible.
Actually you just need to brows the time machine drive then copy the file(s) you want over with command c, then command v at the location you want to put them. Make sure you are in list mode though with cmd numrow 2.