After Clean install, TM will see old backups, but not backup new data

I am having a problem with time machine. I was having problems with Mac and I ended up doing a re-install of leopard because I was having some issues with my OS and wanted a clean install. Now when I hook up my external HD that TM was using, it sees my old backups, and I can do restores from them, but it will not do any new backups. Any idea how to fix this?

Aren't you better off to wipe out those old backups, and start a fresh new TM run?

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    Click anywhere in the Terminal window and paste by pressing command-V. The text you pasted should vanish immediately. If it doesn't, press the return key.
    9. If you see an error message in the Terminal window such as "Syntax error" or "Event not found," enter
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