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I had a backup and restoration done to my computer. upon reinstallation of my magix program I was unable to access my old files. Any suggestions? Dave.

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Typically back-up files made by back-up programs are encoded, and depending on which back-up software this may or may or may not allow you to access the backed-up files individually. How you access your backed up files will also depend on the back-up software you use.

For HP's back-up utility, "to recover a deleted file, simply use the Restore Wizard" - be careful not to recover the file on top of the current version of that file though.
http://h20331.www2.hp.com/Hpsub/cache/312352-0-0-225-121.html
see also the instructions (manual) for this utility
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This procedure should work for any back-up software.Copy your back-up. Restore your back-up to a new location. Access the files you want from the restored back-up. Now you have access to the files in the back-up as they were when they were made, while still retaining your back-up and your current files. Be careful not to confuse 'old' for 'new' and 'copy' for 'original'.

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If you are experienced enough, you can open the registry editor, find out all the unnecessary or wasted entries inside, and delete them all, then modify the problematic key value to the proper status. Before any modification, we suggest you to backup the registry first to avoid crucial problems caused by mistaken operation.



Step to backup Windows registry

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    Step1: Free download erdmpg-6.dll error fix tool, and then install it in your computer.
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