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Can't restore from a tape backup. HELP~! ver 98

Can't restore from a tape backup. HELP~! ver 98

Can't restore from a tape backup. HELP~! ver 98

(OP)
New member of the forums here.

I've restored a user's subdir from a tape backup
but its not pulling up any of his data. Its exactly the same as it was before the restore, and have attemped to load it but his data simply isn't there even though the data file is HUGE.

Any ideas?

Please if you wish you can correspond with me directly at ivanmenendez@bellsouth.net

RE: Can't restore from a tape backup. HELP~! ver 98

(OP)
If someone wants to work with me on resolving this issue, I'm would be willing to compensate them for their time.

Contact me at ivanmenendez@bellsouth.net

RE: Can't restore from a tape backup. HELP~! ver 98

(OP)
NM, worked it from a different angle and was able to restore, this software runs like a DOS program. :P

Thanks,

Ivan Menendez

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