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Restoring backup files

Restore version 8 quicken file to version 7

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I dont think you can go back a version.

I remember the big warning sign that said Your file must be updated and you can not go back.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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Hi. is there any applications to restart my nokia N900...? thank you...


Restore a backup
1 Select > More... > Backup.
2 Select the desired backup and Restore.
3 Select the data types to restore.
4 Confirm that you want to restore the data.
If the backup is password-protected, enter the password,
and select OK.
5 If your device contains a newer version of the files than
the backup you are restoring, the device asks you to
confirm if you want to save the backed up version, or
cancel data restore. Select from the following:
Yes - The device overwrites the current version with
the backed up file.
Yes to all - The device overwrites all conflicting files
without further confirmation.
No - The version on the device is not replaced

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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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I just purchased a new computer and am trying to copy Quicken from my old to my new system. I am using the "tornado" file transfer tool. I have used this tool for many other transfers and it...


If you just copied the Quicken folder in Program Files, you're missing a lot of stuff, like DLLs that you can't find on your own. You can buy past versions of Quicken at good prices on EBay. Or buy a new version of Quicken that will be good for several years.

Make a Backup of your old file to a USB Drive, then Restore to your new Quicken install.

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Have new computer - Windows 7.


Hi,
We cannot simply open .bkp file. Use NT backup software and select restore option and select this file to restore.
This way u can restore the files backed up in this .bkp file.
Please come back and vote for me if this find to be helpful for you. Thnx

Mar 28, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Recovery


Before starting anything, get some information. Do you know:
  • What the files are called?
  • Where the files should be located?
  • What backup media you have a backup of the files on?

If you know the answer to the third question, then you can skip ahead. If you know which files need to be restored, but you don't know which media you need to restore from, you can either browse for the file, or use the Search Catalogs feature.
To browse for the file:
  1. Click Restore
  2. Ensure that in the View by box, Resource is selected
  3. Expand the server and resource where the files are located
  4. Browse through the media, folders and files to find the files you want
  5. Select the files and folders you wish to restore
To restore the files:
  1. Ensure you have the files you wish to restore selected
  2. If you wish to restore using a specific device, click Devices and choose the appropriate device
  3. If you wish to restore the files to a different location, click File Redirection, click the Redirect file sets box and choose where you want to restore to. If some of the files you wish to restore may be in use, then it may be a good idea to redirect the file set, then copy the files to the correct location
  4. Click General. If you want to restore the files from the backup media, even if they have been updated, then select Restore over existing files
  5. Click Run Now
  6. If the correct media is not already in the drive, you will be prompted to insert it.

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Cannot backup Quicken to R/W drive


Are you using windows xp or vista ->
save the quicken files to a folder than goto cd drive (my computer -> cd drive)
then click cd writing wizard

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Restoring files from the database


I suggest you use the Enterprise manager (gui tool to manage SQL).
Restoring a single table is not an option.
You can however restore a file or filegroup.
Make sure to backup before you start and NOT to restore database to its original name or original file location, to avoid acidents.
Normally you will have databases with only 2 files: the data at its Primary file group, and log file.
You may wish to create a new file group and move tables to the new group by recreating them there and exporting data from old table to new table. Then recreate indexes. This may prove to be complex as all tables and indexes have unique names and can't coexist with exact duplicate of them.

oh yea..... did I say backup?
well just in case backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup
but dont overwrite that backup

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