Restoring specific files and folders from a disk image or partition backup in True Image 2013
This article applies to:
True Image 2013 by Acronis
True Image 2013 allows you to restore specific files and folders from a disk or partition backup. This allows you to recover an accidentally deleted or damaged file, even if you did not create a dedicated file/folder backup.
You can also recover files or folders by exploring the backups.
Restoring via True Image 2013
You can also initiate the recovery directly from Windows without starting True Image 2013: locate the backup, right-click on it and select
Archive -> Recover: When the backup opens, select the
Files and Folders tab: In the backup contents, select the files and folders that you want to restore.
If you have several backups from different dates/time, and you want to recover one of the earlier versions, you can select the necessary date in Time Explorer:
(!) To be able to view hidden files and folders in Time Explorer, set Windows folder options to view these: see Acronis True Image Home: Viewing Hidden Files or Folders in Time Explorer.
Having selected the necessary data, press
File Recovery window select whether you want to recover the selected data to the original location or to the new location:
(!) If you select New location, it is recommended to leave Recover absolute path option disabled. If you enable it, there will be the entire folder tree hierarchy recreated upon the recovery. E.g. if there is a file C:\Images\Picture.jpg present in the backup, and you select to restore it to new location, to D:\ in particular and enable Recover absolute path option, as a result you will get: D:\Drive(C)\Images\Picture.jpg. If the option is left disabled, there will be simply D:\Picture.jpg.
True Image 2013 by Acronis.