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Can't recall backup software

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Hi there,

bit of a strange question but i performed a backup a long while ago and can't recall the software that i used and i was wondering if i gave a few details if anyone would know offhand which software stores files in this manner.

Thanks in advance.

Initial file structure is: D:\Backup\

D:\Backup\storage.xml contains:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?>
<storage version="1" name="Storage on drive D:\">
<backup name="Backup task">1d1d77b2-5031-420d-9fb7-3891275ab26d</backup>

D:\Backup\1d1d77b2-5031-420d-9fb7-3891275ab26d\ then houses:


which im guessing is a folder for each drive i've got (C:/D:) and a file kbackup.db

which looking in notepad contains filename data stored in SQlite Format 3

Each of the above folders then contain hundreds of filenames in the format de7a0d93-acd8-4102-91f7-e4ec3a6edf0a
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Unfortunately it's most likely to be a totally random filename that was generated at the time by the software.
There are going to be no clues in what you've posted to identify the program I'm afraid, as they all do things in different ways.

All I can suggest is, you should still have the software on a disk somewhere. If it was a free program online, Google will be your friend.
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