See the link below. I had to delete all backups and start from scratch. 0 LVL 39 Overall: Level 39 Mac OS X 27 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Eoin OSullivan ID: 401348262014-06-15 Leon You need to make sure it is the sparsebundle file which is being repaired. 0 Message Author Comment by:LeonGarfield ID: 399046042014-03-04 There were 2 sparsebundles listed. remounting 11/08/08 12:16:00 AM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd Network volume mounted at: /Volumes/Dan Boutet's Time Capsule-1 11/08/08 12:16:08 AM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd Failed to mount disk image /Volumes/Dan Boutet's Time Capsule-1/Dan Boutets Mac_0019e33ae651.sparsebundle (DIHLDiskImageAttach returned: 109) http://3swindows.com/the-following/the-following-boot-start-or-system-start-drivers-failed-to-load-cdrom.html
Welcome to Mac Help where discuss anything Apple related or seek expert tech support. I've had two computers backing up to Time Capsule since I got it five weeks ago. software: use the working mac to open the timecapsule, view the sparsebundle file for the iMac that has problems and run it through the Repair Disk function in Disk Utility 0 If Disk Utility finds errors that it can’t repair, a utility such as Alsoft’s $100 DiskWarrior may be able to fix the disk. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1475987?tstart=0
I use an airport extreme for the network and have the TC connected to the network. I need to have it repaired? But what if the drive in your Time Capsule develops errors—as anecdotal evidence suggests is quite common?
Another wonderful use for remote Time Machine volumes, such as Time Capsules or NAS (Network Attached Storage), is to allow multiple Macs to perform backups to a single central location.Of course, Your best bet is to let Disk Utility take a crack at repairing the image before you look at the filesystem embedded within. remounting 10/08/08 11:57:42 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd Network volume mounted at: /Volumes/Dan Boutet's Time Capsule-1 10/08/08 11:57:43 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd Failed to mount disk image /Volumes/Dan Boutet's Time Capsule-1/Dan Boutets Mac_0019e33ae651.sparsebundle (DIHLDiskImageAttach returned: 109) Invalid B-tree node size (3, 0) ** The volume could not be verified completely.
Procida, Jul 26, 2009 #10 zoara Guest Mark Conrad <> wrote: > People often post they are trying to back up, > when they really mean they are trying to restore. Oddly, five other Macs which back up using Time Machine to the same Time Capsule have no problems continuing to back up. It’s worth a try if you have it (or another repair program) available. https://www.mac-help.com/threads/time-machine-backup-fails-cant-mount-backup-disk-image.204276/ it must be some sort of serious corruption if the image cannot be mounted.
Sorry. If you don't see your Time Capsule displayed, try powering it off and then back on again. Sparsebundle images are multiple 8MB 'band' files that are represented to the file system as individual files. Anyone with solutions/ideas?
I tried using the Disk Utility to run a repair but it says that it can't fix it. https://www.cnet.com/news/sparse-bundle-resources-temporarily-unavailable/ Backup failed with error: 21 Failed to eject volume /Volumes/Bucket (FSVolumeRefNum: -149; status: -47; dissenting pid: 0) Daniele -- Wanted: TEAC A-2300SX, Akai GX-4000D D.M. You'll be able to ask questions about your Apple products or chat with the community and help others in no time! The purpose of this eBook is to educate the reader about ransomware attacks.
Not too sure...I don't remember changing any settings or anything recently but within the last 2 weeks or so I haven't been able to backup at all. Can I simply chmod the sparsebundle file to set the right permissions? Let us know a. I recently replaced my macbook with an iMac.
I run Mac OS X 10.5.8. I think the disk image file was somehow corrupted. Once it's done that, it should be back to normal. -- Richard -- Please remember to mention me / in tapes you leave behind. check over here Fixes Disconnect and shut down all computers that have accessed the image This problem may be a result of some connection to the image persisting even though users have unmounted the
remounting 10/08/08 6:45:43 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd Network volume mounted at: /Volumes/Dan Boutet's Time Capsule-1 10/08/08 6:45:44 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd Failed to mount disk image /Volumes/Dan Boutet's Time Capsule-1/Dan Boutets Mac_0019e33ae651.sparsebundle (DIHLDiskImageAttach returned: 109) To comment on this article and other Macworld content, visit our Facebook page or our Twitter feed. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply gcmexico, Sep 8, 2008 gcmexico macrumors 6502a Joined: Dec 22, 2007 Location: New York City #16 I figured
This is why Time Machine is crapping out.Click to expand... have you tried?? 1. They said some others had been having the same problem and a patch from the game developers was probably needed.Thanks for the replies poeple.If a solid solution comes up i'd still See if you can see the disk.
Lucky me, my mac is as new as my TC and erasing it wasn't a big deal. Kind regards, Niels R. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? http://3swindows.com/the-following/the-following-boot-start-or-system-start-drivers-failed-to-load.html ANY ideas would be greatly appreciated.Click to expand...
Time Capsule's HDD will show up.... Supply your admin password to authenticate your access.The password for your Time Capsule or NAS will display.If the password isn't correct, enter the new password in the Show Password field, and Last login: Thu Mar 6 10:42:00 on console js-imac-2:~ js$ js-imac-2:~ js$ hdiutil attach -nomount -readwrite /Volumes/Data/Jac\ SSS\ iMac\ \(2\).sparsebundle /dev/disk1 Apple_partition_scheme