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How to do a restore


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Leehaa

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Hello,

I may have to restore some data today, but haven't done this before.

The lady who deleted the data has been instructed where the tape is and how to load it in.

Is it just a case of locating the folder (via the server which hosts the back-up drive) from the back-up tape and copying it over to the original location on the server....or would there be more to it than that?

Any help would be greatly appreciated as i'm on my own today :whistling: , so no-one to ask!!

Cheers,

L

Edited by Leehaa, 30 August 2006 - 03:04 AM.

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good morning Leehaa.go to start then all programs then accessories then to sistem tools then system restore then restore my computer to an earlier time
then follow the directions
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good morning Leehaa.go to start then all programs then accessories then to sistem tools then system restore then restore my computer to an earlier time
then follow the directions


Good afternoon!

Thanks for your reply.

Apologies, but I didn't explain myself properly. The restors is to be from a daily back-up tape that the company use.

I think i've cracked it now anyway as the software that comes with the back-up drive is very straight forward!!

Have a good day and thanks for your help!
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