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rrrrrr

 

the sales guy at roxio said to find the original version of backup my pc. They dont sell it nor does DELl.

 

so i found one one amazon and it get the folliwing error on restore

 

catalog empty for selected device.

 

even though it identties items but wont allow a restore

 

I am going to to pull my hair out

 

 

 

 

 

deb

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.qic is the file name of BackUp My PC (BUMP) backups. So you need BUMP to restore the files.

 

See if anything in this google search is of any use -

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=.qic+file

 

And for next time - if these are files you made like .doc and .jpg - insteard of an emergency restore program, use a Sessions-based data-writing program, like the one built into WinXP, or Roxio's Creator Classic.

 

Lynn

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.qic is the file name of BackUp My PC (BUMP) backups. So you need BUMP to restore the files.

 

See if anything in this google search is of any use -

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=.qic+file

 

And for next time - if these are files you made like .doc and .jpg - insteard of an emergency restore program, use a Sessions-based data-writing program, like the one built into WinXP, or Roxio's Creator Classic.

 

Lynn

 

 

.qic is the file name of BackUp My PC (BUMP) backups. So you need BUMP to restore the files.

 

See if anything in this google search is of any use -

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=.qic+file

 

And for next time - if these are files you made like .doc and .jpg - insteard of an emergency restore program, use a Sessions-based data-writing program, like the one built into WinXP, or Roxio's Creator Classic.

 

Lynn

thats what i i used

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As I said befoe, And for next time - if these are files you made like .doc and .jpg - insteard of an emergency restore program, use a Sessions-based data-writing program, like the one built into WinXP, or Roxio's Creator Classic.

 

Emergency Recovery programs, just like Packet-Writing programs (Sonic's DLA, Roxio's Drag2Disc, Nero's InCD, etc), are notorious not only for not working with other such programs, but also for not being compatible from one Version to another. You may have a different Version.

 

There was a regular here who is familiar with BUMP, but he hasn't been in for a year or two.

 

You can try copying a file you can see in the restore window (Ctrl+C) and pasting it to the Hard Drive (Ctrl+V) (perhaps in MyDocs) and see if you can open it. However, in all probability it is compressed and you are stuck. The program (BUMP) is history.

 

Lynn

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