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Windows 7: Restoring Outlook data with Acronis

27 Jun 2013   #1

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Restoring Outlook data with Acronis

There is a very old thread where Cpt Jack Sparrow came up with a simple solution to my Outlook 2010 problem - I couldn't access it. I had tried everything I could find, but it was only his suggestion re a simple Registry edit that solved it. Many thanks.

However I am now trying to restore my data. After I deleted the Registry profile and created a new one I tried to use my Acronis True Image backup but this does not restore the data even though it appears to be doing so. As you can see from the attached screen capture I have several options for restore. I picked the ones ticked plus used a backup form before the problem. That doesn't restore the data as far as I can see. If I include the Profiles, then the problem I had re-appears.

Irrespective of whether or not this restore issue is fixed, thank you Jack for restoring Outlook!!

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27 Jun 2013   #2

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You can give this a try.
Mount the Acronis Backup Image.
Then use Explorer to copy/paste the data you need restored from the Image file.
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