Help...I deleted my 30g tib!!!!

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by hotcarver1, Sep 15, 2007.

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  1. hotcarver1

    hotcarver1 Registered Member

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    Hello friends.I once more need your help.I accidentally deleted my document backup of acronis true image 10 which i stored in an external hard drive..What can i do?How can i recover the tib file?Thanks in advance..
     
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    1. Stop using the external drive until you have unerase software installed and can use it on that drive to recover your file.

    2. Download a good file recovery program such as PC Inspector: http://www.pcinspector.de/Sites/file_recovery/info.htm?language=1

    Others may have favorite recovery programs that they can recommend.

    3. Install the program on your computer's internal hard drive - niot on the external drive.

    4. Run the program and recover your backup file.

    5. Run TI's validate to confirm that the recovered file is a valid backup archive.

    6. Mount the backup file in TI to confirm that you can see your data.

    7. Don't erase a backup file that you need in the future. :)
     
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    Thanks for the reply friend.Iinstalled the program and it finds the drives.Then i find the tib file i want.What should i do now?how it works??
     
  4. hotcarver1

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    I m trying to save the tib file to the desktop and igot a warning message :could not read source file..
     
  5. Xpilot

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    If your documents are still available on your computer why not just create a fresh backup?

    Xpilot.
     
  6. hotcarver1

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    They re not...
     
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    Nothing yet i cannot save the foud files..any other program?
     
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    i forgot to say that my os is vista home premium..i will try now multistage recover..
     
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    Neither that worked..acronis support?please?
     
  10. hotcarver1

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    Something must done wrong with the first program pci file recovery.i can find earlier tib files and the latest tib file i made at 14/9/2007 is 0byte.What i ve done wrong?
     
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    You didn't say you were using Vista, and PC Inspector doesn't claim Vista compatibility.

    This is a program that states that it is Vista compatible, but it is not free.
    http://pcwin.com/Utilities/O_O_UnErase/index.htm

    The unerase program will simple recreate the file where it was originally. You do not have to save it to another drive. Select the file to unerase, and it will appear again when you use Windows Explorer.
     
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