CCCを最新に保つには

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環境設定を開く

環境設定を開く

Carbon Copy Cloner メニューから環境設定を開きます。

ソフトウェアアップデートを選択

ソフトウェアアップデートを選択

今すぐアップデートを確認をクリックすると、すぐにアップデートを確認できます。

ヘルプが必要な時はどうすればいいですか。

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ヘルプが必要な時は、Carbon Copy Clonerアプリケーション内からヘルプの請求をしていただくのが最善の方法です。営業日の1日以内にご対応できるよう努力しています。但し、対応は英語のみとなっていますのでご注意ください。

ヘルプを開く

CCCに関するご質問、または問題解決にヘルプが必要な場合、いつでもお問い合わせください。Carbon Copy Clonerの ヘルプ メニューから CCC について質問する…(英語) を選択してください。

 

"CCC found multiple volumes with the same Universally Unique Identifier"

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Occasionally a circumstance arises in which CCC presents the following error message before creating or running a backup task:

Antivirus software may interfere with a backup

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ccc4

Some antivirus applications may prevent Carbon Copy Cloner from reading certain files, mounting or unmounting disk image files, or, in general, degrade the performance of your backup. In some cases, antivirus applications can even affect the modification date of files that CCC has copied, which will cause CCC to recopy those files every time as if they have substantively changed. In another case, we have seen such software create massive cache files on the startup disk during a backup, so much so that the startup disk became full.

Slow performance of network appliances can be mitigated by backing up to a disk image

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ccc4

Network appliances are well suited to the task of serving media to multiple workstations, but they aren't necessarily great backup appliances. Media files are generally large and the required data rate for streaming media is relatively low. Consider a 1-hour, 1GB HD movie file. Streaming 1GB over the course of an hour requires only 0.27MB/s. That's a fairly easy task, even over a weak wireless network. If you want to back up 100GB in an hour, and that 100GB is comprised of a million smaller files, that's when you need some more muscle behind the file server.

Finder or App Store finds other versions of applications on the backup volume

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Occasionally we receive reports of odd system behavior, such as: