Recover BKF files when it refuses to restore data

As insurance saves our lives from sudden disastrous loss, backup also helps in compensating the loss of system data from fatal data disaster. Users can get instant relief from the pain of losing important and crucial system as well as personal data if backup is available. But situations turn cumbersome when backup files become lost from Windows operating system. Users often face the problem of backup file corruption which restricts them from accessing the backup files.

Suppose, you have been creating an incremental backup on an external hard drive. Recently you found that your computer has crashed and you reinstalled fresh operating system. After this updation, you tried to restore the backup files from external device to Windows. With Advanced Restore option, you find all the backup files. But when you tried to actually restore the files, it refused to do so with an error “The backup file could not be found. Check your hardware configuration or restore from a different backup (0x8100001A).” You check the permissions and find nothing causing this error. The backup restoration process finds the backup files when you click ‘Add Folders’ option, but it doesn’t restore your data.

When user faces situation like the above scenario, it becomes difficult for them to get back their data. Losing system data is a tough problem which can be avoided by restoring data from backup but losing BKF files adds extra difficulty towards the possibility of system restoration. If anyone follows manual methods for BKF repair he/she is not wrong. But if accuracy and successful recovery are concerned, one must choose commercial recovery tools. Kernel for BKF is such a third party software that repairs BKF file affected by any means of corruption. It repairs corrupt BKF archives from all versions of Windows operating system as well as BKF files created with Backup Exec by VERITAS Software, under Windows, Novell, and Macintosh. More detail http://www.bkfrepairtool.org/

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