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Restore To Different Location On Backontrack


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Hello Caller,

 

More information is needed.

-what stuff did you back up, and how did you do it?

 

One-Click Backup gives you the choice of

My Data [various categories of files without Operating System or Apps]

Entire Computer [everything]

System Rollback [like a Windows restore point]

 

Advanced Backup gives you

My Data [as above]

Disk or Partition [a partition or complete hard drive]

 

And what method of Restore are you trying to use on your backup?

My Data

Entire Computer

Disk or Partition

System Rollback

 

 

If you will fill in some blanks, we can start to sort your problem for you.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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I used Advance Backup and backed up a complete auxiliary hard drive (F drive) onto another auxiliary hard drive (E Drive). It was configured as an incremental backup, so that I could perform additional backups when any thing changed on the F drive. The backup worked perfectly, no problem at all.

 

I attempted to restore only an individual file from that backup. When asked, I elected to change the location of the restore. When asked where, I chose "browse", and "Desktop" came up on the screen. I couldn't change that to any other location for the restore. The only option it would give me was "Desktop". My operating system is Microsoft 10 Professional 64 bit.

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