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Restoring Works9


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#1 johnthepotter

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Posted 19 April 2010 - 04:11 PM

My computer has just been to "recovery of data & restore". I have been left with a backup folder on mt desk top. I can see all of my Documents in this folder. I have reinstalled Works9 as I do not know if it is in the folder. How can I move the files from my documents to the HISTORY in works9 ? Or should I be able to find the original Works 9 with its history , in the backup folder?
Any advise will me welcome as I have many important files which need to be accessed from works.

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Posted 19 April 2010 - 04:37 PM

Question 1: System manufacturer and model?

Question 2: Which manufacturer produced the restore procedure for your system? That procedure is what determines what you can do...how you can do it...when, etc. There is no concensus among system manufacturers as to how recovery/restore procedures are implemented. That data is usually part of the owner's documentation and/or availble at the website of the system manufacturer.

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Posted 21 April 2010 - 06:43 AM

Question 1: System manufacturer and model?

Question 2: Which manufacturer produced the restore procedure for your system? That procedure is what determines what you can do...how you can do it...when, etc. There is no concensus among system manufacturers as to how recovery/restore procedures are implemented. That data is usually part of the owner's documentation and/or availble at the website of the system manufacturer.

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Sorry if I offended you but thought I had entered in the Windows XP Home and Professional forum. The restore was done by P C World.

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Posted 21 April 2010 - 10:31 AM

Windows XP is your operating system, not the manufacturer/model of the physical computer.

Please post the brand (aka manufacturer) and model of your computer. That is what Louis was asking for.

Is this the PC World you speak of?
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