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How retrieve backup doc.

My gateway laptop crashed down suddenly. I restore the system with backup. All backup document are under C drive now. But I don't know how to retrieve them. Coould be so kind as let me know? I have lots of documents there. Many thank. C

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All documents are usually saved by default to your "My Documents" folder.

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I have a system crash n need fix my gateway nv53a laptop ow do i do that and what do i need to do as was getting numerous virus attack n system crash on me as gateway/ac


if you have a virus in the hard drive use your security program to do a full scan and delete any virus that is found. If you do not have a security protection program (norton-kaspeshey -mcfee etc then take it to a tech shop and see if they can help

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Does reverting to factory settings loose all your docs.


your operating system is stored on your c:/ drive so yes you lose any data on it at faif you find a program that will do a deep search of your hard drivectory restore, always store on a different drive, or partition your c to add another drive, ther is some recover software out that might retrieve some documents and photos that are still actually on the c drive , restoring does not mean you cant find them,

Feb 02, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Recover data from my backup


Which operating system and what data do you need to recover ???
You can create a backup disk with Microsoft Windows 7 or any other version of the operating system.
This disk will contain the files, programs and settings that you chose to save during the backup operation.
Yet, this disk does little good for you if you do not know how to retrieve that backup data.
Luckily, Microsoft offers a simple process for restoring this data to your operating system.
Even a basic computer user should have no problem restoring her backed up data from a backup disk.

Insert your Windows 7 installation DVD into your optical drive.
Reboot your computer and press a key to boot from the disk once prompted.
Click "Repair your computer."
Choose the hard drive that contains your copy of Windows 7.

Click "Windows complete PC restore."
The latest backup data will be selected by default. I
n the event you wish to restore earlier backup data, press "restore from a different backup."
Click "Next."
Your computer will now restore the backup data into Microsoft Windows 7.


Sep 27, 2011 | Gateway 506GR PC Desktop

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I'm using a coby laptop. it suddenly crashed and when i restart it, it says press Ctrl+R to recover data. so i did but nothing happen.


In most cases,Windows failing to start is caused by you installing a new program/hardware which caused a conflict with another programs or a system file got corrupted.
Youcan boot up your Windows with Tenorshare Data Recovery WinPE.It allows users toburn ISO file to CD/DVD/USB flash drive directly.
Step 1: Download Tenorshare Data Recovery WinPE in any available computer (notfrom PC that can't boot up). Then launch it.
Step 2: Insert CD/DVD/USB flash drive to the computer, choose ISO image file.Here we take USB flash drive for example. Then burn ISO file into flash drive.
Step 3: Insert the burned flash drive to the unbootable PC. Run computer andpress "F2", "F10" or "Delete" to enter BIOS setup.
Step 4: Use the arrow keys to select Boot tab, select Boot Device Priority andpress Enter. Please choose 1st Boot Device to USB, and then press F10 to savesetting. Now,you can boot up your PC.
If you have a backup for your Windows then perform a system restore to fixit.If not,reinstall it.If you have no backups for all your data,you can useTenorshare to retrieve data under any boot up problem.You can get it from http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/datarecoverywinpe.htm
Here is tutorial to guide you how to do --How toRecover Data from Computer Won't Boot Up?-Windows Data Recovery.

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I can't see my old files in backUp on drive C after i restore my netbook using Acer eRecovery... I choose the "Restore the Opertaing System and Retain User Data" before final restoration, it...


let me start w/the good news: your files are not lost. the only question is how difficult will it be to retrieve them.Acer recovery will only back up the files/folders in the user profiles folder located in C:/Users/"user name" i.e. desktop my docs my music etc. and only those folders which you select (usually) so if you had documents/files outside this location then they are "gone" for now. but since you cannot see anything in c:/backup this makes me think the files are hidden. goto the control panel and select folder options. then select the view tab and scroll down till you see the option to show hidden files & folders and select it. OTHERWISE there was a problem w/the restore which unfortunately is far to common w/the built in back/restore software that comes on many laptops. Windows back up & restore software has had a history of inconsistency as well. (i use Acronis for this reason) if i am correct...you will need a professional w/some skill to retrieve your files intact and it will be costly:( hopefully you have backed them up but if not i hope you will do so form now on. hope this helps and if you have any more questions just ask:)

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XP or Vista?
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Download microsoft Diagnostics and recovery tools set DART and test the memory first.
If memory is good, then make sure it sin't the DVD drive. Swap the drive with someone elses or get an external DVD drive.
If this fails, purchase the resotre disks. (Hate to get restore disks and find out you didn't need them)

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