Posted 17 June 2005 - 11:43 AM
Posted 17 June 2005 - 12:01 PM
If you have xp home then you have to install backup
Ok found the problem
does not autoload in xp home
this will show you how (easy)
XP Backup for home edition
of course you won't have the file name we used
Go Start>programs>accessories>system tools>backup click on backup
this will start a wizard click on NEXT backup files and settings NEXT
check let me choose what to backup NEXT
this should give you a window with a list of desktop my computer etc.
click on the + sign next to my computer this should now expand and show you
the drives. Click on + next to drive C then + next to documents and settings
and work your way down to Ansar.Ansar30vwoybhl then click on the file
LuResult.txt this shoul put a little blue tick in the box click NEXT this should ask you
where to backup to you can either go to A: drive (If you have one) or just click on
BROWSE change to D: and put it on D: drive leave the filename as backup.bkf
click on save click on NEXT click on finish this should start the backup
(we only want to do 1 file to see if it works no use backing up everything if we still can't get to it.)
Ok we should now have a backup of the file.
Now to restore it to D: Drive
Start the backup program again This time we want to click on RESTORE files and settings NEXT click on the + sign next to file this should then show backup.bkf and the date you created the file. Click on the + sign and it should show C: put a tick in the box and click on NEXT this should show a box saying completing the backup restore wizard.
CLICK ON ADVANCED> click on the arrow restore file to. > alternate location click on
browse click on my computer click on D: then pick a folder where you know you can find it click Ok click NEXT NEXT NEXT Finish.
Then Find the file on D: drive Can you access it?
If you need more info or help let me know. If this works please let me know
It worked before for someone else.
Just be CAREFUL If you backup the folder favourites and
restore it watch where you put it you don't want to overwrite your current favourites
folder, Unless of course you don't want the current favourites Remember this will replace current files on D: if you want it to.
so be careful where you restore.
you should now be able to access the files you need.
Please let me know how you go
Edited by peterm, 17 June 2005 - 12:07 PM.
Posted 17 June 2005 - 02:22 PM
Posted 18 June 2005 - 01:56 AM
this is where this started read from page 5 incase I missed something. I will
re think in case I missed something This should work.
Don't give up
Posted 18 June 2005 - 01:27 PM
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