I can not recover my True Image .tib file, which contains very important data. Here is my story: For the past few weeks I have been having a few problems with my computer and decided to do a format. I created a backup folder on my desktop with all the files I needed. I thought I that I had copied this folder to my USB external hard drive but realized that I did not, once I was loaded into a clean install of Windows XP. I remembered that I had two True Image .tib files that where on my external hard drive. The most recent one was from late March and was from a incremental backup. When ever I made a new incremental backup, it would create a new 33GB file every time. I thought that since the software made the new file every time, I wouldn’t need the previous files. When I tried to explore both files I get the error, “cannot assign a drive letter to a partition from the image archive”. When I try to restore any of the backup files from the boot CD, I get a message that they are corrupt. But when I “check” the image from the boot CD, it says that it was successfully checked and there is no error. I even tried copying the data from my USB drive to my recently formatted hard drive to boot into the TrueImage safe mode and load the file but that did not work either. I know the data is there because I still have a huge >33 GB file. Is there any possible way to access/explore this file, even if it is corrupt? It. contains very important data and month’s worth of business that I NEED If anyone can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.