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  • Restore backup onto different hard drives
    Thanks for your help. I did contact Support and they pointed to an error message where the restore function was not able to create a folder on my new hard drive. I had tried so many variants that I decided to reformat this new drive and start again. I selected "latest version" and chose the new drive rather than restore to original and this time it all seems to have worked. I am now started on restoring the second drive. Once that is all done, I will try to restart the backups again.
  • Restore backup onto different hard drives
    I now have my replacement hard drives and started to create a file level backup plan. I selected the "latest version" of the files in the folder I am trying to restore to my new blank hard drive, but when I ran the plan, it immediately stopped with error 2010 - Invalid Point in time with the message that the specified point in time is earlier than the first full backup. Nothing to restore.

    I'm now confused by this - I can see the files in the backup NAS with all the various versions, but why doesn't this simple "restore latest version" bring back all the latest copies of all the files involved?

    Steve
  • Restore backup onto different hard drives
    Thanks! They are file backups. Luckily my operating system and most of my commonly used files were on M2 SSDs on the motherboard itself and were not damaged. It was just the 3.5inch hard drives. I did discover in a trial run that you can restore folder by folder so I should be fine.

    Lesson learned, always replace both PSU and power cables at the same time!
    Steve
  • Initial setup of MSP360 Backup - problem after deleting a backup plan
    That did the trick - thanks! Very powerful system but I'm getting there!
    Steve

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