Backup

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by This Space Intentionaly Left Blank!, Jul 27, 2003.

  1. Have just finished going through my R/w collection and found a disk that
    contained a backup entitled 'Backup.qic'
    I don't remeber making the backup, but would like to find out whats on the
    disk.
    Does anyone know what backup programe uses the QIC delimiter?

    Thanks
    This Space Intentionaly Left Blank!, Jul 27, 2003
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  2. This Space Intentionaly Left Blank!

    trout Guest

    This Space Intentionaly Left Blank! wrote:

    > Have just finished going through my R/w collection and found a disk
    > that contained a backup entitled 'Backup.qic'
    > I don't remeber making the backup, but would like to find out whats
    > on the disk.
    > Does anyone know what backup programe uses the QIC delimiter?
    >
    > Thanks


    It looks like it's the Microsoft back-up. Reading would probably
    need to be done with the OS it was made with.
    --
    "Should be in system tools."
    trout, Jul 27, 2003
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