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  1. I am using the ATTO UL3D with the latest flash/firmware, and Retro 6.0.193 - it's all finally working almost as well as 4.3, so looong ago... jeff
  2. Well, I just got the system back to working - installed ATTO new driver ( 3.0 ) and had curent flash ( 1.6.6u ) - never really got system to work properly ( well, in booted and saw hard drives ), but it never backed up. Reverted to old driver ( 2.1 if memory serves ), and all is well ( !! ) again - backs up fine *once*, then requires reboot to do a second backup. All is as it was... jeff except for the 3 days futzing w/it...
  3. Has anyone else seen this condition: ( OS 10.3.1, Ret. 5.1.175 Workgroup, Dual 800 G4 ) After a backup, the client machine(s) ( all 4 of them ) have a login dialog box overlayed with a " You have been succesfully backed up [ or errors were encountered, whichever happened ]" informational foreground screen, evidently genereated by Retro client. The weird thing is that after you dismiss the Retro screen ( with either the mouse or return key ), you are left in some kind of interface nomans land - in order to access the login screen, one must manually click on the logon screen with the mouse pointer to login as a user - no amount of command-tab will bring the login screen to the front to allow a login. A Dantz issue? Probably. If one disables ( uninstalls ) the client, this issue never appears. This is admittedly not as dire a problem as suffered by many here, but is offered as more problemo for the collect wisdom to gnaw on. jeff clark
  4. Ya, I got an AIT autoloader, ATTO UL3D card, 10.3.1 on a dual 800 G4 using Retrospect 5.1. The few problems are mostly what's being discussed on these forums. My biggest gripe/prob: Slow, slow, s l o w , effectively stopped backups on the second backup in a row ( reboot between backups to ( temp ) fix ). <sigh> jeff clark
  5. I must be missing something, as I see no way to import my OS9 scripts into OSX. Must I REALLY create all new scripts for each backup set? Besides all the work, it just seems silly. I have searched the board and found no answers to this question. jeff clark