Restore a specific folder from backup image


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Hi all,
I inadvertently deleted a folder on my C drive (Downloads) and am trying to restore from a image file that, and only folder. I  tried to follow the example in the guide but it can't seem to find the folder in question (or its contents). I am using version 7. 2.3957, WIN 10 pro (latest updates) and back up to an external ssd. I use verify when making backups and receive no errors. Is there a kind soul who could (literally) walk me through the process of restoring this file and its contents?

Thanks in advance...

Bobsen

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Bobsen - 5 January 2019 9:26 AM
Hi all,
I inadvertently deleted a folder on my C drive (Downloads) and am trying to restore from a image file that, and only folder. I  tried to follow the example in the guide but it can't seem to find the folder in question (or its contents). I am using version 7. 2.3957, WIN 10 pro (latest updates) and back up to an external ssd. I use verify when making backups and receive no errors. Is there a kind soul who could (literally) walk me through the process of restoring this file and its contents?

Thanks in advance...

Bobsen

1. Right-click the image file on your backup disk and choose “explore Image”.
2. Click the checkbox for the “C” partition.
3. Macrium Reflect will assign a drive letter to this partition and it will open showing the contents of the “C” partition.
4. Double-click the Users folder.
5. Double-click the name of the user whose Downloads folder you want to restore.
6. Click and drag the Downloads folder to the left to the location you want it restored to.
7. Be sure to un-mount the Macrium Image file that was created by right-clicking it and choosing “Unmount Image”.


Windows 10 Home (1809) 17763
Macrium Reflect 7.2.4063

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Hi,
Sorry for the delayed reply, but thanks it worked! Thanks so much for your help!
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Bobsen - 8 January 2019 9:57 AM
Hi,
Sorry for the delayed reply, but thanks it worked! Thanks so much for your help!


You're welcome!


Windows 10 Home (1809) 17763
Macrium Reflect 7.2.4063

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