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Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Backup, Backup Tutorials | 0 comments

Windows 7 Backup Utility tutorial 2 – Restoring files from a backup


Quick links for Windows 7 Backup Utility:-

Tutorial 1 – Configuring an automatic backup
Tutorial 3 – Restoring a system image

In this video, we’ll show you how to use the Backup Utility to restore files or folders from a backup. Once you have mastered this skill, you can be confident that you’ll be able to recover your important files and folders from your backups in the event of an emergency. If you have been backing up to an external storage device, don’t forget to attach it before attempting this procedure.

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Additional notes

Remember that if you restore files or folders to their original destinations, Windows may overwrite more recent versions of those files. For example, if you restored a copy of the file “accounts.txt” from a backup made several weeks ago, you would overwrite the current version of “accounts.txt”. To avoid this, restore the files to an alternative location like we did in the video.

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