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BRU Restore & Backub

BRU Restore & Backub

BRU Restore & Backub

(OP)
Hi there !

I have restored a BCM from its own Backup i did before. Now there comes everytime i enter BRU a message "Your BCM has been restored. Please verify the BCM version." So anybody knows what to do?

regards,

subx

RE: BRU Restore & Backub

I'm having the same problem, it wont let me do any new backup,s or restore's.

RE: BRU Restore & Backub

(OP)
Seems nobody knows how to verify a BCM version after "restore"... but i can tell u that message dont pop up after an upgrade anymore ;O)

RE: BRU Restore & Backub

The best way to get rid of that message is to backup the BCM again and then restore the BCM only if versions match. The first time you restored it from a different version the next time you restore it the versions should match and that well sort out that problem.

Hope this makes sense

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