cannot view files in attached partition; a long file name comes up in the folder
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As I answered in my March 26 message, yes, when I initiate a restore, it seems to be ready to restore the whole computer. I did not go through with it because I did not want to restore the whole computer, so I can't tell you if it will restore corre…
Yes, that appears to be the problem. Despite seeing the two areas, "system" and "C" being backed up when AOMEI backs up my work computer, when I try to view the backed up C drive folders/files by using Explore Image on the backup file, only the "sys…
So here is the latest. When I repeated the full system backup of the work computer, I saw that two components were being backed up, namely "system" (0?) and "C" (1?). But when I try to explore the resulting backup image, all I see is "System Reserve…
So I checked the external drive I have been using by bringing it home and trying a backup of another computer with the Aomei program. It worked fine and I was able to explore the image also so the ext. drive is fine. I tried to explore the image of …
Yes, that's what I'm trying to do..to use Explore Image in the Utilities menu. And when I say "When I assign a drive..", I mean when the Aomei Explore Image assigns a drive letter to a backup job. And when I when I say "..to the backup job..", I mea…
Thanks for your suggestion. I have tried Q-Dir but the result was the same. All I see is a file with a long name as described above.
Actually there was a hidden file in the folder, and it was the same file mentioned above with a long name. This computer is a work computer that is on a network with a background encryption of everything. Could that be the problem?
I connected the external drive containing the backup job to another computer (laptop) in which I installed the AOMEI Backupper Standard and tried to explore the image. When I assign a drive to the backup job and try to explore it, a folder comes up …
I initiated a restore and it seemed to be able to do it although I did not go through with it because I did not want to restore my whole computer. I only need to explore my backup to restore specific items. Why doesn't the assigned drive show the ba…