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Old 12-18-2006, 08:08 PM
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Mac won't shut down after back up....

Hello,

I am running a smart update back up to a FW Western Digital drive.

I have the latest Super Duper version 80. In scheduling, even though I tell super duper to shut computer down upon succesful backup, it will not do it!!

I run a scheduled back up every Mon - Friday at 11:30 pm. It backs up great, as I check the log for any problems, yet no matter what it won't shut the computer down as i tell it to.

I am trying to figure out if i have any settings on my Mac that super duper can't get around, but to no avail.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Joe
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Old 12-18-2006, 08:51 PM
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Are you sure that the scheduled copy is set to shut down, as opposed to setting it in the main window? They're not the same: once schedule a copy is entirely independent of the main window...
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Old 12-18-2006, 10:58 PM
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OK, I get that but where do I tell it.....

Hi,

thanks for your reply, it is greatly appreciated. It is as you say in the main window that i tell SD to shut down the computer.

I go to my scheduled backup, go to edit it, and where do i tell it to shut down my computer upon succesful completion?

I still feel stupid......

By the way, I absolutely LOVE Super Duper. My old back up routine left me scratching my head and praying real hard......

Joe
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Just delete your existing schedule, set things up right in the main window and re-create the schedule...

Glad you like SD, Joe!
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