Product update for My Book World Edition andWhat's new! Release 1.02.14 (5/14/2012)
My Book World Edition II
Updating the firmware on your My Book World Edition Drive
- Resolved issue with CNID DB error pop up when using Apple Time Machine.
The Update button on the System tab provides information about the current firmware version of your drive and allows you to perform a firmware update either automatically or manually. These instructions represent an automatic update. For more details, screen shots and information on manual updates, reference the user guide.
Setting up Time Machine support
- Click the Update button on the System tab. The Automated page displays.
- Click Check For New Firmware.
- Click Download if new firmware is available.
- Click Upgrade. Wait for the update process to complete.
WARNING! Do not interrupt a firmware upgrade in progress; doing so may cause the device to malfunction or render it unable to boot.
After your firmware has been updated, the device reboots. The user interface redirects to the System Information page after the update has completed.
Apple Time Machine is a built-in feature on Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard computers that can back up everything on your computer: music, photos, documents, applications, e-mails, and system files. The My Book World Edition drive can store these backups, so that if your hard drive or operating system should crash, or you lose a file, you can easily restore it to your computer.
Click here for more information.