Time Machine Won't Back Up—See Data Logs

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  1. OmegaRed1723 macrumors 6502

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    I have a MBP 15" 2.4 GHz running 10.5.7. I replaced the internal hard drive in it yesterday with a 500 GB Seagate unit. I used Time Machine to restore my data onto this new drive. I thought it worked perfectly. However, now when I try to perform a backup, it fails.

    I ended up completely wiping the external hard drive and starting over to no avail. Below is a copy of the log I captured using Time Machine Buddy:

    Starting standard backup
    Backing up to: /Volumes/Time Machine/Backups.backupdb
    Event store UUIDs don't match for volume: Brandon's SSS
    No pre-backup thinning needed: 100.78 GB requested (including padding), 725.34 GB available
    Waiting for index to be ready (-911 < 0)
    Indexing a file failed. Returned -1134 for: /Applications/.com.apple.timemachine.supported, /Volumes/Time Machine/Backups.backupdb/Brandon Murphy/2009-07-21-153223.inProgress/EA060A6E-4A51-4CFC-8ACB-76E2AAAD2A4B/Brandon's SSS/Applications/.com.apple.timemachine.supported
    Aborting backup because indexing a file failed.
    Stopping backup.
    Copied 0 files (0 bytes) from volume Brandon's SSS.
    Copy stage failed with error:11
    Backup failed with error: 11

    Can anyone shed some light on what may be happening? Thanks!
     
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  3. OmegaRed1723 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    No, Spotlight is not indexing while this occurs.

    I will add that my external HD is connected to my Airport Extreme, so I'm essentially using it's essentially a Time Capsule. However, when I restored the data to my new internal drive, I connected the external drive directly to the computer. Not sure if that is at all relevant, but I want to include all possible info on the situation.
     
  4. OmegaRed1723 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I updated my OP with the data I grabbed using Time Machine Buddy. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!!
     

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