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Sidekick 98 lost data

Sidekick 98 lost data

Sidekick 98 lost data

(OP)
I opened Sidekick as normal but all data has disappeared from the date I transferred Sidekick 98 onto this computer (May 2007). I have tried restoring from back up in Sidekick but keep getting error messages. I have also tried Vista restore but without success.
I am running Vista Home Premium. Firefox was also updating when I opened Sidekick.

Has anyone had the same experience and found a solution?

Dick

RE: Sidekick 98 lost data

(OP)
I have now carried out a System Restore as of yesterday and I am now back in business - PHEW!!
I still don't know how I lost the data this morning - may have had something to do with the Firefox update.

Dick

RE: Sidekick 98 lost data

Dear Peter,

Get a copy of SecondCopy and set it to copy your Userdata folder to another folder on the C:\ Drive on a daily basis.

You can also set it to keep the last 12 versions of the backup which should allow you to recover from the situation if it happens again.
You can also ftp backup to a remote website and you can also create folders named by the Date of backup

It is worth every penny so see the following page and start to relax:
http://www.centered.com/

I wish I could get money (lots of it) for recommending it as I really love the security it gives me and I have used it for 10 years because, like sidekick; it is a brilliant program.

There is plenty of space on your drive as the cardfiles are only a few megabytes.

Have a good holiday.
 

Regards Jim
Check the FAQ area of this Forum for answers (If there are any FAQs!) , it could save you a lot of time and effort! Good Luck!

RE: Sidekick 98 lost data

(OP)
Jim

Thanks for this - very helpful, as always!

Regards

Dick

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