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My Toshiba Satellite with MS Vista appears to make backups of my email files (folders) according to some pre-scheduled setup instructions (transparent to me). These files showup in the Recycle Bin bearing a .BK extension. I've been unable to restore them however. For some unknown reason, some of these email file folders just vanished a few weeks ago. I thought "no particular problem". I'll just restore them with these backups but I'm not able to. Am I wrong about this - it's not possible to restore them? Or, these folders with the .BK extension aren't backups like I thought??. .
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Posted on Aug 29, 2014
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Posted on Apr 21, 2008
BAK and BK files usually are backups of other documents or files.
The BAK (or BK) file extension normally represents files that are backup copies of other file. There is no 'standard' file format for BAK files. BAK files can represent virtually anything.
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Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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