Hey, My MacBook Pro has been in for repair. I had a flashing square on the Touch Bar by the power button and Apple had to replace the whole top case. For some reason, they wiped my Hard Drive, no idea why. However, not a problem as I have a backup. Little did I know just how painful restoring would be. I have a 4TB Time Capsule, connected via Ethernet from the LAN port to my MacBook (using a Ethernet to USB-C dongle). The backup is ~400 GB and right now is predicted to finish in 39 hours with a transfer rate of a whooping 3 MB/s. This cannot be right, surely? I've restarted this restore about five times now. Moving from WAN to LAN. Swapping from 'restore from backup' using CMD+R on a reboot to completely wiping and setting up as a new user from a backup. Nothing is making this any quicker. Why am I only seeing 3 MB/s transfer speeds? Is there anything I'm potentially doing wrong? This is a work machine and this is one day lost trying to get this working. In the time writing this the time has gone up to 41 hours and 4 minutes. Increasing all the time. At this rate, I won't be back at work until next week... --- Post Merged, May 21, 2019 --- EDIT: 12 minutes later, and it's now 47h3m at 2 MB/s so either something is really wrong, or I've messed up somehow. The timer should be going down, not up as it has been for the past few hours.