Across 5.7 data can't be restored, can you help out?
Thread poster: Frank Lin

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Nov 6, 2014

Hi guys,

I've been using "PEBackupRestoreTool" under "crossGoodies" file to backup and restore the data, and every time I can sucessfully restore the data from the backup file without a problem.

But on November 1, after reinstalling my computer system, I just couldn't restore the data with the file I had backed up on Oct 30, it says "no backup elements are chosen for restore". See screenshots below:






Have any of you encounted the similar problem before? If you have, would you mind sharing the solution to it? And do you know how to open the file to get the data out? I tried notepad++, the file is too big for it to open.

Besides, it appears to me that the backup data with the size more than 1.5G can't just be restored, while the data less than 1.5G can be restored. Is there any size limit?

In order to make this problem clearer, I hereby attach a screeshots for your reference of the normal backup file that can be restored:




[Edited at 2014-11-06 04:04 GMT]


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