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Unfortunately I couldn't find any manual solution for solving your issue. I read an article on Ezine by Gautam Sehgal, He has shared his words really nicely and given a solution there. I wish i were able to share an appropriate solution here for you. The tool mentioned in the article claims to repair multiple backup files, You may also repair your Windows ...


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Go the Restore point there you may find some restore points created by some software's that is when you install some application it will create a restore point so select that one and restore it. Go to ->start menu ->accessories ->system tools ->restore point


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Try to make a: Norton Ghost Bootable USB


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I know this question is ancient, but I thought someone would benefit from my solution. I had NP++ crash while trying to save my file and the result was losing not only the changes but the original file as well. I did some digging around in the directory structure of my user account (C:\users\<user>\) and found that there is a handy temporary folder for ...


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Even though this is three years old, I'm just putting this here for anyone in the future who finds this question, like I did. If you're wanting to completely replace a directory, or restore it from it's previous state, first delete it, then restore with duplicity. From https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto: Either the file must be ...


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If you don't want to use system restore,then use System Restore Explorer (download link - InstallSystemRestoreExplorer.msi it simply mount your system restore point and you can search for what you want! Visit site for more information! :)



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