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    Dead Computer - How Do I Get Files From Hd To New Computer?
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    Update Existing Catalog File?

    Apparently Retrospect hasn't been making restore points for me, presumably because my wife changed the power settings on the computer without my knowledge. Anyway, when I tried to back up today, it failed and the log (see below) said I needed to update my existing catalog file. However, I can't figure out where "Tools" is to do so. Any help would be appreciated. Normal backup using DirectBackup at 1/5/2012 7:55 AM To Media Set RestorePoint... *Resolved container My Computer container to 2 volumes: OS (C:) Iomega HDD (H:) -1/5/2012 7:55:54 AM: Copying OS (C:) Catalog File out of sync with Media Set "RestorePoint". To repair it, use Tools>Repair Catalog>Update existing Catalog File. 1/5/2012 8:05:04 AM: Execution incomplete Remaining: 219991 files, 209.2 GB Completed: 0 files, zero KB Performance: 0.0 MB/minute Duration: 00:09:10 (00:09:02 idle/loading/preparing) 1/5/2012 8:05:05 AM: Execution incomplete Total duration: 00:09:10 (00:09:02 idle/loading/preparing)
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    Dead Computer - How Do I Get Files From Hd To New Computer?

    Here's the issue. I've been using Retrospect Express to back up my computer for about 6 months now. Recently my computer died and it will cost more than the price of a new computer to fix it. Suffice it to say, I'd rather get a newer, faster computer fix an older machine. This didn't strike me as a big deal until I noticed that Retrospect isn't backing up easily accessed files that I can move from computer to computer via my external hard drive. What I need to know is how I can extract files from the restore points I have saved on my external hard drive? Clearly all the data are there, but I'm at a loss as to how to access those files (photos, documents, etc.). I'd appreciate it if someone could walk me through the steps necessary to extract them. Thanks.
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