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Online backup Are any of my photographs stored online? My computer crashed.

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Good resource site for online backup is:

http://www.BackupReview.info

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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Mine are stored online, but yours are only there if you've taken the time (about 3 minutes) to sign up for a service. Have you? If not, I can recommend a couple.

I use ElephantDrive and it is great, but I have also heard good things about Mozy.


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How do l locate our pictures. Leah and Matthew O'Halloran. wedding was August of 2013


Visit the photographers website and look for Gallery. If it was 2013, it may not be online any longer, in which case, you will have to email the photographer.

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Recover Deleted Photos From iPhone 6


It can be most aggravating when an important photograph is accidentally deleted. If you have an iPhone 6, then thankfully, there are a few options available for flv files recovery from this device. Remember, it is good practice to back-up your photographs every now and again by saving them onto an external storage device.
One of the first things to do in trying to retrieve deleted photos from an iPhone 6, is to open the Photos app on your smartphone. Once you have done that, do the following steps:
1.Select the "Albums" menu.
2.Select the album that you need and then select "Recently Deleted."
3.A list of all the recently deleted photos will appear.
4.Select the ones that you want and then tap on the "Recover" button to recover all the photographs that you selected.
5.All restored photographs will be sent to the album in which they were originally located.
If the photographs that were deleted were backed up in iTunes or iCloud, they can also be recovered. The important thing to remember is to have either iCloud or iTunes backup turned on at all times. If you are unsure how to do so, here's how:
1.Go to the "Settings" menu then select "iCloud."
2.Under "iCloud", select "Storage and Backup."
3.Then turn on the "iCloud Backup" feature on your iPhone 6.
4.As long as your iCloud backup is up-to-date, then all your photos can be easily restored to your iPhone 6 in case of accidental deletion.

Backing up your photographs to iTunes is equally as easy as backing them up to iCloud. However, once you connect your iPhone 6 to your computer or iPad, you need to ensure that iCloud is turned off; you can back-up to one or the other but not both apps at the same time.
If your photos have been deleted, then recovering your duplicate photos from iTunes backup or iCloud backup is not a problem. Simply launch iCloud or iTunes, right click on iPhone (the device in question), select "Summary", and then select either "Restore from iCloud Backup or "Restore from iTunes Backup." Once that is done, wait for "Restore in Progress" to complete and your device restarted.
When all else fails, a reliable data recovery software can be used to recover deleted photos from an iPhone 6. uFlysoft is one such user-friendly software that gets the job done quickly and thoroughly. The process is simple and takes these easy steps:
1.First, connect your iPhone 6 to your Mac computer then launch the uFlysoft data recovery software. You never want to launch a data recovery software directly from the smartphone from which you are trying to recover lost or deleted data.
2.Select the "Recover from iOS Device" option.
3.The software will then scan your device and present all the recovered photographs for you to preview.
4.The recovered photos can then be saved to any storage device or the computer itself.

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Two Ways to Solve the Crashing Problem of iTunes 12


Since iTunes 12 was released to public with OS X Yosemite, users never stop complaining about bugs when updating their iTunes to the latest one. Some said iTunes 12 froze their computer, some were shocked by that iTunes 12 even removed their album art, some others told how iTunes 12 crashed everytime they opened it and numerous other problems flooded. These problems happening on different computers are so diverse that working out solutions to solve all of them is hardly possible. But temporary methods to solve crashing problem of iTunes 12 can still be found. Users can stay away from crashing problem of iTunes 12 in two ways in the following.
UPDATE: Apple released iTunes 12.2 to add Apple music support. You can feel free to upgrade to the latest iTunes 12.2 if you met problem on running iTunes 12.

The First Way: Go back to an old version of iTunes

This way is a relatively effective way to make you stand outside the problems of iTunes 12. You can revert back to the version that has ever worked on your computer and update to the newest when Apple fixes the existing bugs. Let us see first how to download and install old version of iTunes on your computer.
1. Download old versions of iTunes
1) From oldapps.com you can download iTunes 4.1 to iTunes 11.4 for installation on your computer.
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2) To install Version 12.0.1 of iTunes, you can download it from the following links:
> > Download and install iTunes 12.0.1(32 bits) Here < < > > Download and install iTunes 12.0.1(64 bits) Here < <
2. Double-click the downloaded installing file of iTunes and start the installing process.
3. Following the installing guide where you will be asked to accept the user license agreement and choose the folder to store iTunes until it is finished.
4. Go to find and open iTunes in the above folder to launch to have a try.

The Second Way: Backup your iTunes Library

If you want to stick to iTunes 12 even though it crashes frequently, backup your iTunes library elsewhere like hard drive, external hard disk and Google Drive will protect you from great loss and redownloading. After backuping, your iTunes library can also be played with other media players like VLC, Windows Media Player and other non-Apple media players and devices. Let us then see how to backup your iTunes Library.
Step 1: Download and install M4VGear Backup Tool for iTunes library. Mac and Windows version are both available.
For Windows:http://www.m4vgear.com/m4vgear.exe
For Mac:http://www.m4vgear.com/m4vgear.dmg
Introduction of M4VGear: M4VGear Backup Tool for iTunes Library for Windows is the best and fastest Backup Tool for iTunes library. It can remove DRM from both iTunes purchased and rented videos at a 20X faster speed and convert them to unprotected MP4, AVI, MOV and etc videos so that you can backup them to hard drive, Google Drive or play them with non-Apple media players and devices. (Using Mac OS? Here is M4VGear iTunes Library backup tool for Mac.)
In the DRM Removing process, all subtitles and audio tracks including 5.1 audio track will be preserved. Besides, original quality will stay inside the output MP4 videos.
Step 2: Import the iTunes videos you want to backup from iTunes library to M4VGear by clicking the "Add Movies" button on the main interface. You are allowed to select videos as many as you like for backuping.
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Step 3: Click "Convert" button on Windows or on Mac to start converting iTunes videos to MP4 format for backuping. During the process, controlling iTunes is not allowed in case some errors may happen.
Note: You can also choose other video formats as output from the output profile list.
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Step 4: Go to the output folder located in the bottom left of M4VGear and find output MP4 videos. Then either transfer them to hard drive or Google Drive for backuping or play them with non-Apple media player or devices when iTunes 12 crashes.
>>To use M4VGear without conversion time limitation, please go to M4VGear store to buy a license.
Conclusion: If you are meeting problem on using iTunes 12, you can easily fix it by taking the two methods above, either with installing old iTunes version, or using M4VGear to backup the iTunes library.

on Aug 25, 2015 | Apple iTunes

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My computer crashed, how do I recover my NTI Backup Now EZ program? My computer can't find the NTI setup.exe.


Many people confuse system back-ups with system restore and/or recovery programs. They are very different. A backup makes a copy of selected (or all) files and stores them to a disc, tape, hard drive, or other device that will allow you to protect your files in the event of data loss. Say you accidentally delete an entire directory instead of a single file. Your backup would allow you to re-load that directory. System restore/recovery files are used in the cases where you either want to reload the computer back to a certain condition (factory restore), or need to completely recover your computer in the event of a crash. These types of files usually need one of two things to work. If the recover/restore software was OEM manufacturer supplied, there may be a BIOS routine that, using a hotkey on boot-up, will allow you to access the recovery/restore file. If it is an aftermarket program like your, recovery/restore files usually need to create a bootable USB or CD/DVD that can be inserted on boot-up, and then the files on that device will perform the recovery/restore. If all you have a a system backup, you may have to reinstall the operating system, drivers, and then the backup software. After that, you can use you backup file to recover your remaining programs/data.

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HoursTracker Lite crashes shortly after opening


Same here. I reinstalled once and restored from backup, but now it's the same again.

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How to backup and monitor a desktop computer


<p>The computer systems are based on the memory and storing information. However, as the crash of a computer system, causing loss of data, all previously stored information. All computer systems, servers and personal computers, users can backup storage disks to store and to store information - in case of system failure. Creating a backup system is completely dependent on the operating system on the computer. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Press Start. Select "Control Panel". <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Connect your external hard drive on the computer begin transmitting and storing files on your external hard drive. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Click on "maintenance". Choose Save and Restore. " <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Choose your external hard drive and choose "Configure a backup." A wizard will appear and give you further instructions. While the setup wizard, you can schedule backups, and select where your backup files to save. Under Windows, the recommended storage for backing up files and programs on an external hard drive. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Show your stored files by choosing "System and Maintenance" and select "Backup and Restore". On the menu, select "Find files" or "Search" folder to the contents of your backup view. Because Windows will automatically create backup files when it is supplied, you can check or change the scheduled backup for "Schedule backup" to monitor the dates and times for the safety of a system. <br />

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Hard drive crashed, boot disk lost, help! How do I get my computer to working again??? Thanks!


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I have backup data from Norton 360. My computer


1. You can use a friend computer and USB hard drive and download the backup data from Norton 360 site.
Depending on the capacity of the driver you can possibly download all you have stored on the site.

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