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I had to restore my operating system (XP Home Edition). I reloaded all theprograms and was running a data restore from PC Backup. The restore stopped on disc 4 of 5 giving error code 570. It quoted the original file and path and the message was: "the sytem repoted (13Oxd) the data is invalid. When I clicked OK it undid all of the restore to that point.

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I can't help you get this current problem solved.

However I can help you prevent it in the future.
Get a whopping BIG outside hard-drive for your backups.
Then you have ALL your back-up files on one continuous disk, instead of several.

You need a program that automatically backs-up only the files you have pre-selected, as an actual file and not an "Image".
Back-up such as Desktop, My Documents, Email, Favorites etc.
With "image" files you can not retrieve or copy and paste individual files from the archives, such as when you have accidentally deleted a good file on the computer.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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How do I recover files using PC Backup on Windows 7?


The sofware does not meet Win 7.It support only Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000 - Pentium - RAM 64.0 MB , Microsoft Windows XP Professional - Pentium - RAM 64.0 MB , Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition - Pentium - RAM 64.0 MB.

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How to Restore Files From a Windows Image


Windows 10 OS provides ample opportunities for data backup which include tracking file history and functionality that allows creating an image of the entire system. The concept of the system developers is that the functions of File History are required for convenient and rapid everyday recovery of user data, while a system image is created not so often and allows complete recovery of a partition (including system files) to a certain operable OS.
It is recommended to create a backup system image copy before modifying the hardware configuration of a computer, when updating the system, installing new drivers and so on. If something goes wrong, a backup system image copy will allow you restoring the system to the operable condition of Windows. However, when restoring from such image all the information on the system disk is erased by the image files. What should we do if we need only some files to be restored from the system image?
Fortunately, this task is rather easy. The matter is that the standard system of creating a backup system image copy in Windows 10 is based on the concept of virtual disks (Virtual Hard Drive). That is, images are recorded and stored as virtual drive files in the format vhdx (Virtual Hard Drive). Such virtual drives can be easily mounted with standard features of Windows 10 and be operated as ordinary drives within the system. Attaching such disk to the system, a user can restore from the backup system image separate files and directories.

Connecting a VHD disk containing a backup system image copy

System image is usually backed up to a separate physical disk or a network folder. That is why the first thing to do is to connect to the computer a media containing a backup copy of Windows 10 image (or connect a network folder).
Open the computer management console Computer Management and go to disk manager Storage->Disk Management (this console can be launched from the menu WinX by pressing the key combination Win+X and selecting the item Disk Management). In order to mount a vhd virtual disk select the item Attach VHD in the Action menu.

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In the window that appears click Browse and specify the path to vhdx file. This file is usually stored on a drive that contains a backup system image copy in the directory with a name in the following format [Backup_Drive]:\WindowsImageBackup\[PC_Name]\Backup xxxx-xx-xx xxxxxx. In our example, complete path to the vhdx file is as follows: \\[PC_Name]\VHD\08_01_2016.vhd.

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After the virtual drive has been mounted it has to be assigned a drive letter. To do it, click the right mouse button on the drive and select the menu item "Change Drive Letters and Path".

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In the window that opens click Add and assign any letter to the drive, for example, E:

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After this operation, a new drive will appear in the system, to which letter E:\ is assigned. Open in with Windows Explorer or any file manager and find the files that need to be restored.

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Advice. User documents (photos, videos, music and other documents are usually saved to user's profile in the directory E:\Users\{user_name}.
After you have found and copied the necessary files, the external disk can be disconnected and as a result, the virtual vhd disk will also disappear from the system. Separate files from the system image can be recovered in the same way in Windows 7 and 8 as well.
If suddenly happened the lost of VHD image of Windows (for example, accidentally or intentionally deleted) it can be recovered by Hetman Partition Recovery. After recovering it with data recovery software you can restore individual files by stated above algorithm.







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Did you backup online? Or did you backup on a second (external) drive? You can comment back.

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Hi, I presume yo do have an antivirus installed.
So to remove this type of Trojan/worm you need to:
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If you can't get the antivirus to detect it, 1st start you PC in "Safe mode" and run the antivirus full-scan from there.
To start the PC in "safe mode", when teh PC is booting (before the windows loading screen, press F8 to gte the menu to select "safe mode")

If you don;t have antivirus, download AVG free antivirus or visit Microsoft's OneCare site for a freescan & celan.. Do not install an antivirus based on ANY pop-up message you see on teh web.
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