time machine can only work with Mac OS Extended (Journaled) disks or with Time Capsule. So, as long as iomega does not work on new firmware you cannot use iconnect for time machine anymore (shame on iomega!)
The very first thing is to have the software on your computer if you don't have it already. In other to download, go to recoverit.wondershare.com and click on the "Download for Mac" button. The executable file will be downloaded, go to the folder is get downloaded to. Click on the file and follow the instructions followed.
The step to download the software on windows is quite similar to working on a mac system. Go to recoverit.wondershare.com. On the page click the "Download for Windows" button and the executable file will be downloaded. Once done, click on the downloaded file and follow the instructions therein.
Once the Recoverit is downloaded on your computer system, double click on the icon and you will have a window that has a few options you can pick from depending on the task you want to perform with the software.
The Mac Companion comes with no software installed on it -- a very nice feature, since I usually end up taking the "bonus software suite" off of most drives anyway. You can download a complete package with goodies like Trend Smart Surfing and a free 2 GB subscription to Mozy Home from Iomega's site.
The recommended way to do that is by downloading EaseUS NTFS for Mac software. It is the best program out there that can help you enable NTFS read and write support for your Mac with just a single click.
When I went to this URL I received a message on-screen on the setup site that "Your px2-300d is online and ready to use." There are three options the site gives: Backup data and consolidate files, Create Iomega personal cloud, or Manage my px2-300d. Selecting the third option brings you to the configuration interface of the px2. A setup screen opens by default; this is where you can perform rudimentary tasks such as set date and time, configure email notifications, and of course, configure your Iomega Personal Cloud. I mentioned in my last Iomega NAS review that I was wary of a setup process that did not include the StorCenter Manager setup software. The setup process is so streamlined and easy now, however, that I don't miss a setup CD. The online setup process is well-honed and, as long as you have an Internet connection, easy to perform. Of course, you can also always download the StorCenter Manager if you have problems with the browser-based setup. 2b1af7f3a8