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    Default [Time Machine] backup volume can not be found.

    I reinstalled OS X after a bungled upgrade to 10.5.3, but now Time Machine won't work. I get the error: The backup volume can not be found. I've tried formatting the drive and setting Time Machine up again, but no go.

    Anyone had this before? Google seems to come up with people having the problem but no fix !
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    Try TM Fix installer. In irc.osx86.hu port 6667 room #leopard have this on /topic and more usefull files.

    I believe that fix this error.

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    I'm having the same issue. I tried the TM Fix installer. It broke my Ethernet connection and Time Machine still give the "Back Up Volume Not Found" error. I didn't make a backup of the IONetworkFamily.kext so I can't roll back the change (if only time machine worked).

    Any ideas? Is there an Ethernet PCI card that I could pick up that would work (and fix TM)?

    Thanks for the help.
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    What ethernet card model/chipset?
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    I'm not 100% sure. It's on the motherboard that came with the Asus Vintage PH1 barebones system (it's a few years old but the Kalyway install worked perfect). I checked "System Profiler" but I couldn't find were it listed the Ethernet hardware.

    I checked the manual that Asus has posted, but it doesn't have any real details in it. Is there a place I can pull this from?

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    Network chipset and model.
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