I cannot access the backup frrom before i had to refresh my compute
I had to basically start from scratch with my computer. I have a backup copy of what was on my hard drive, but I had to reinstall backup now ez (unfortunately I had to install the free version because I could not find my installation disc). When I try to restore the files from my external hard drive where the backup is located, it won't let me because it thinks I have not backed up before. What can I do?
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Re: I cannot access the backup frrom before i had to...
Try using a restore software like Recuva (free). Run a thorough / deep scan save to another hard drive. This is not the solution you were looking for, but I doubt you will able to retrieve by any other manner if you wiped the system. gl
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1.Acquire the backup disk required to perform the function restoration
Observe the back disk for damages either as scratches or dirt particles. Any oberavable dirt particles would require cleaning with disk device cleaner kit acquirable at retail.
2. Acquire time to accomplish the task activity. Restoration process takes time to intitate, thereafter requiring time for the computer system to install known as restoration.
1.The disk software is places into the computer DVD/R driver.
a. computers would have several different driver compartibilities.
b. the most significant is the driver that would accomodate the restore backup disk
2. power off completely the computer soon after inserting backup restore disk in driver and closing firmly.
3. Power on shortly, the computer should recognise a disk medium in disk driver making possible display instructions from which to initiate the backup process.
1. the computer may power on without recognising any disks inserted in driver.
a. an alternative procedure accessing the disk at the storage location.
procedures of accessing a disk at the storage area on a computer.
1. select the my computer icon on the desktop. The display menu should provide a list of storage areas the computer is capable of performing
2. clicking in the disk driver location display should open up the backup programs area.
3. the options provided makes possible alteration of the computer, including restoration.
<p>Backing up your computer in a folder on the hard disk that goes
offline, because sometimes surprisingly simple for the Windows Sync Center. You
have a network available offline. Your computer will copy the backup of the
hard drive of your computer's hard drive when you're online. The folder will
appear as if it were accessible online, because the files are copied to the
folder on your computer and then sync when the device is online. <br />
<p>1. Click "Start", "computer" and open
the folder with your backup folder. Right-click the backup folder and click on
"always available offline." <br />
<p>2. Waiting for the files in the directory so that the copy
on your computer available offline. <br />
<p>3. Right-click again on the backup folder and click on
"Map Network Drive". Click "Finish". <br />
<p>4. Click Start, Control Panel, System and Security
"and" Backup and Restore. "Click" Create Backup.<br />
<p> <br />
<p>5. Select the mapped drive that you defined earlier in the
Drive list. Click "Next" and follow the steps to complete your backup
to adjust. Click Save Settings and perform the backup. " <br />
Hi, I probably cant answer all of your questions but I might help with some of them. You should be able to access your TomTom 710 without removing TomTom home software from your PC. It should be accesses as a drive through the USB connection in "my computer" on your PC. When a USB device is connected to your PC it appears as an external drive. Therefore you should be able to delete , load onto , or format the TomTom hard drive ( or with some other models the SD card ) as you would a normal drive . ( an example of this is where you might have a camer with SD memory card and relevant manufacturers software on your PC . you might connect your camera to the PC via USB and the camera software on your PC automaticly detects the camera for it to eb accesssed . However , the camera and it's SD card can also be accessed seperatly by going to "MY Compter" and it should also be visible there as an external UDB device / external drive ) . Now .. to another another question . If you do un-install TomTom home , I dont think it will also delete any backup of your TomTom , it will only delete TomTom Home software . ( the word "think" is mentioned because I have never tried this ). Besides that , you can choose in tomtom home , where you want any backups to reside , so you could save backups via TomTom home to a CD for istance. If you did that , then you would have the backup on a CD rather than your harddrive which means you could safely un-install TomTom home knowing that if it also removed any saved backup you would still have the CD with a backup on it. So , to summerise.... If it were me , I would make a backup of the TomTom by simply copying all the files on it by opening the TomTom up as a folder in "MY Computer" , simply drag any files and folders from the TomTom into a folder I have prepaired ( call it for instance "my tomtom backup" ) on my PC . Then I would format the TomTom drive then reinstall the backup and see what happens. If the TomTom still doesnt work properly , I would Format the tomtom again then use TomTom home to obtain all relivant files , then copy only the maps and .MAC files ( these are the authorisation files for the maps ) from my Backup to the TomTom manually ( not from tomtom home ). I would guess that would result in a working TomTom again ... Good luck.
Hello you can do it in many ways but I think this is the simplest. copy addressbook 1. go to file>export>windows contacts 2. and save it to same backup folder on your desktop
copy msg 1. create a folder on your vista desktop(backupmail) 2. start vista mail 3. drag your messages that you want to the XP computer to the desktop backup mail folder you most drag emails you cannot drag and drop folders. 4. when you are done move the folder on a USB stick or something and move it to your desktop on your xp computer.
1. go to file>export>windows contacts choose CSV
2. and save it to same backup folder on your desktop
copy your mail account. 1. go to tools>accounts>export 2. save the file in you backup folder on your desktop
then copy the backup folder on your desktop to a usb stick or something to transfer it to your xp computer
your xp computer. import msg 1. paste the backup folder to your desktop 2. open outlook express and drag and drop the msg from the backup folder on your desktop
1. click file import "other addressbook" and choose "text file" navigate to the desktop backup folder and you should find a file to import click OK.
import account settings
1.go to options> accounts 2. then mail tab and click import button 3. navigate to the backup folder on your desktop and choose the iaf file to import
then you are done
good luck hope I helped, get back to me if you need more help.
Hi. Sorry for the delayed responce. Ok first thing is first. The "files/folder is not accessible" occurs because the program cannot find the files in the place where they should be. for example if you put your socks in a draw and your wife moved it, when you return you wont have axcess to them right :) will basically its the same thing here. What you will need to do is find the default directory of itunes it should be in the Options or tools ir settings menu (I dont use itunes so i am not sure just play around in the program until you find it) once you do you need to search you computer for where the PC Backup put your files .. click start then search and type the name or piece of the name of a song you know should be there. Once you find it browse to the directory of where the song is located. Click start then my computer then local disk to get to your harddrive. Go to the folder that has the songs and copy them. then paste them into the directory where itunes is looking for them.
Try to unistall the previous version on your computer before installing the copied software. If you are talking about the basic Futura software, there are no access codes, but if you want to install autopunch or hyperfont you will need the access codes.
'Refresh Database' doesn't mean everything is erased. It only means it's writing the progress that you made, onto the computer. It stays on 'Refresh Database' for about maybe 5-10 minutes. It refreshes its database every time you disconnect your MP3 player from the computer. What it does when you disconnect it from the computer is it saves any unsaved changes made to it and overwrites the memory or data.