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    Kernel panic problem whenever trying to do the backup with Time Machine in Macbook Pro

    I end up getting the kernel panic problem everytime I try to start the backup in my Macbook with Time Machine. What should be done for this issue now? Can someone provide me the complete information which I need to follow for resolving this issue soon as possible? Thanks.

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    luck Array
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    Re: Kernel panic problem whenever trying to do the backup with Time Machine in Macbook Pro

    Hello my dear Friend ...


    Follow the below steps carefully

    Time Machine is a Built in Back up that works with your Mac and External Drive

    Time Machine Requires a Separate Hard drive on which to store YOUR DATA


    Connect the Back up Drive on your MAC

    When you Plug in the Disk , a Dialogue will POP UP asking if you WISH TO USE THE HARD DRIVE AS BACK UP


    Click the USE AS BACK UP DISK .. and then Things will start Automatically



    Or else


    Go to the " System preferences "

    Then click on TIME MACHINE


    After that click on the SELECT BACK UP DISK

    Then select the Drive you wish to use for Back ups

    Click the Use for Back up


    So follow the above Procedure

    It should definitely Fix the issue


    Hope this Helps you


    VERY GOOD LUCK

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