|30 Sep 2013||#1|
New to Backup and Restore.
For the first time I have set up Backup and Restore. I am saving to an external hard drive and in the Set Up I have selected "Let me choose". If I selected "Let Windows choose" would the backup include all of my Outlook files?
In "Let me choose" I have selected Data Files and Computer OS (C). But do I need to include a system image every time? It seems to take ages to complete the backup and must be using a lot of disc space.
I am attaching a couple of screenshots because having completed the first backup there does not appear to be anything in the files. So where is all the information I have backed up?
Any help would be appreciated.
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|01 Oct 2013||#4|
yes that would be true. although if you wanted to complete a direct backup for your own peace of mind then the file path is - Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
either this or you can complete a search for .pst file extension.
files indicated? can you kindly expand on this? have you completed the back up? and looking at the files? it maybe that you have your computer set to hide important files.
How-to unhide hidden files in Windows 7
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