Question about Acomdata HybridDrive E5 Hard Drive
When i get into RESTORE-->FILE option..i keep getting endless message "INVALID FILE", "NO ITEMS WERE SELECTE" message
Please help me
I found the solution. You have to go to their website http://www.techsupportlive.com/ and intsall the update (Redemption_Upgrade_15A.exe) which was posted on April 10th, 2008.
I did that, and it fixed the issue. Oh, after you install the update, use Tools menu to repair and manage your stores as necessary.
Here is the full blurb from their website: Problem: “Invalid file” and “No items were selected” message’s displayed when I perform Restore (Full restore, File restore and Find files restore). How to avoid or over come this problem?
Solution: This kind of problem occurs when the drive letter of the HD partition changes it can be resolved either by changing the existing drive letter of HD part to the original letter or by upgrading to the latest version as available in the techsupportlive.com and perform the Repair Catalog operation.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
Check your restore settings to make certain you're looking at the correct restore file.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There may be times when all you may need to do is to reinstall a software program.
When this happens, having a backup copy is much more convenient than relying on a total system restore.
Hours are saved, frustration is curbed and getting back on track and up and running in record time are among the real benefits of keeping separate duplications of your software handy.
Learn how to make a backup copy of your valued software so you'll always be ready to reinstall it in an emergency situation.
Access the "Control Panel" from the Start menu.
Select the "Performance and Maintenance" category.
Select "Back Up Your Data" from the Task menu.
Use the "Back and Restore Wizard" option and then click "Next."
Select "Back Up Files and Settings."
Select the option "Let Me Choose What to Back Up" and then click "Next."
Select the software you would like to back up.
Typically, it is located in a similar location:
"My Computer, C: Program Files." Note: Check the box next to the software you would like to back up.
Click on "Finish" to begin the backup process. When finished, click "Close" to exit.
Hope this helps.
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