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Need to delete backup files, storage capacity limited

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SOURCE: i have 100+ NBF files on my backup drive. When can I safely delete them?

If the files are labled backup_01.nbf, backup_02.nbf, ect; the yes you can delete them. These are files created by the backup now program. If they are not this type, then they are possibly related to your graphic card, the NVIDIA fraphic card software uses the .nbf file for scene graphic files.

Posted on Mar 12, 2012

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SOURCE: my computer won't power on after using backup now ez

when it is not compatible with the configuration of the computer,how can windows 7 be installed! you can reinstall the OS but only try xp if it is not compatible!

Posted on Apr 08, 2012

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Try AOMEI Data Backuper. It can work well on Windows 7
http://www.aomeitech.com/features/system-backup.html

Posted on Dec 24, 2012

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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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How can I conform that NTI is working? I can't see changes.


I presume that you are referring to a program produced by NTI, probably NTI Echo, which is a backup program. If so, then be aware that as it is a backup program, it will not delete data from your hard drive but, instead, make a second copy of it (thus the term backup). If what you want to do is use the drive for additional storage so as to free up space on your primary hard drive, then you do not need to use any software whatsoever. Just move the data from the C: drive to the new external hard drive and make it happen.



One suggestion, however: make sure to use directories (aka folders) to organize the files that you move to the external drive. The reason being that the root directory (such as C: or D:) has a limited amount of storage capacity, so just dumping files into the root will cause the hard drive to be "full" despite having plenty of storage capacity remaining. Besides, it will be easier to find the data that you desire if you have it more appropriately organized. ;-)

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Delete unwanted NTI backups.


  1. Open the windows explorer and navigate to where the backups are.
  2. Switch your view to details
  3. See which backups are the newest, don't delete them
  4. Delete the rest.
  5. Configure the Backup process to make fewer backups, like once per month, or one full, then several incremental ones.

Mar 06, 2014 | NTI Backup Now EZ

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Erase backup drive


Hilight (select) them by dragging a "box" around them with the mouse, or mouse-click the first file, hold down shift key, scroll down the list and click the last file. All will be hilighted. Press the delete key.

Oct 14, 2013 | NTI Backup Now EZ

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I have 100+ NBF files on my backup drive. When can I safely delete them?


If the files are labled backup_01.nbf, backup_02.nbf, ect; the yes you can delete them. These are files created by the backup now program. If they are not this type, then they are possibly related to your graphic card, the NVIDIA fraphic card software uses the .nbf file for scene graphic files.

Mar 11, 2012 | NTI Backup Now EZ

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I used a Toshiba 1/2 TB external drive with NTI Backup Now EZ software for some years and then the laptop crashed. After byuing a new one the happy moment when all could be restored never appeared. The...


Maybe the restore function only works with the original piece of equipment. Ouch.

You might want to contact the manufacturer of the software to see if they have a fix or solution. Good luck!

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I originally downloaded NTI Backup Now EZ software from the Toshiba website to use with an external Toshiba hard drive I purchased and have been running both "File and Folders Backup" and...


Hello bobdurack
I'm not shure this is the solution but it's a possibility : has the letter of your external Toshiba eventually changed ?
Regards ,
fanaudi .

Mar 28, 2011 | NTI Backup Now EZ Software

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Hi I'll briefly describe my problem I've an external HDD (Toshiba) with NTI Backup Now EZ software installed on it, and I used it to back up my files the problem is that I can't restore my files now...


You might need to get an older version of NTI Backup Now. I had the same issue. I was using Backup Now 4 which saved everything as .nbf.files. I downloaded a trial version of Backup Now 5.5 and tried to restore the files only to find .nbf files are not compatible with version 5.5!
I sent a rather facetious e-mail to NTI moaning about this issue and they sent me a trial version of version 4. If I were you, I'd do the same. http://www.nticorp.com/en/us/product/backup_now5.asp
All my .nbf files are now restored.

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