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2 Rebit 5 Help Table of Contents Getting Started... 1 Making the First Recovery Point... 1 Don't Forget to Create a Recovery Media... 1 Changing Backup Settings... 1 What Does Rebit 5 Do?... 1 Rebit 5 Features... 2 Latest Version of the Help... 2 Making the First Recovery Point... 3 Tips for Making the First Recovery Point Go Faster... 3 What are Recovery Points?... 4 The Notification Tray Icon... 5 Icon Colors and Status... 5 Windows XP or Windows Vista... 5 Windows Using the Right-click Menu... 7 Where Do I Find my License key... 8 Where do you find your license key?... 8 Activating the Rebit 5 Software... 8 The Rebit 5 Dashboard... 9 About the Rebit 5 Dashboard... 9 Opening the Dashboard... 9 Managing your Backups from the Dashboard... 9 Dashboard Status Messages... 9 Pausing your Backup Resuming a Paused Backup Backing up your Computer How it Works Automatic and Continuous Data Protection SmartSave Technology What is Backed Up? Viewing Backup Information SmartSave Warning Notifications How to create additional free space on the backup drive Rebit 5 and Viruses Rebit 5 and Firewall Software Configuring Rebit 5 Settings About the Settings Page Selecting Drives to Back Up About this page Selecting Drives to Back Up Managing Backup Locations Adding Backup Drives ii

3 Table of Contents Deleting Backups Viewing Recovery Points on a Backup Location Checking for and Installing Software Updates Setting a Password About this page Guidelines for the password Setting a Password Removing a Password Creating a Recovery Disk About this page Type of Recovery Media Supported Creating the Recovery Media Uninstalling the Rebit Software Using Windows XP Using Windows Vista or Windows Restoring Files and Folders What are File Versions? Browsing the Backup Locations From Windows Explorer: From the Notification Tray: From the desktop: Browsing Backups on a Computer without Rebit 5 Installed Installing the Backup Browser Uninstalling the Backup Browser Restoring your Files and Folders Drag and Drop to Restore Copy and Paste to Restore Right-click to Restore Recovering Deleted Files Full System Recovery Overview of the Procedure Recovering Your Hard Disk Restoring to a Larger Drive iii

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5 Getting Started Making the First Recovery Point After installation Rebit 5 begins by making a backup of your computer's entire disk drive. This process can take several hours, so be patient and let it run to completion. You can use your computer as usual during this time. Learn more in Making the First Recovery Point and What are Recovery Points? Don't Forget to Create a Recovery Media In the event of a full system recovery, you will need a recovery disk containing the Rebit 5 boot software. It is highly recommended that you create the recovery disk immediately after installation. Learn more in Creating a Recovery Disk Changing Backup Settings If you wish to change settings, such as adding backup locations or selecting different drives to be backed up, click the Settings button on the Dashboard. Learn more in Settings What Does Rebit 5 Do? Whenever your computer is connected to the Rebit 5 backup drive, it keeps your computer backed up by capturing changes "on the fly" as you work with your computer. When your computer is disconnected from that backup location, no backups occur. But Rebit 5 backs up changes to files on your computer as soon as you reconnect it. Learn more in Backing up your computer. 1

6 Rebit 5 Help Rebit 5 Features Feature Continuous Data Protection Recovery Points File and Folder Versions The Notification Tray Icon Rebit 5 SmartSave and NeverFull The Rebit 5 Dashboard Full System Recovery Description Continuous Data Protection means that whenever a file is created or changed, Rebit 5 knows about it. Rebit 5 automatically makes a copy of any changes as long as your computer is connected to Rebit 5. See Backing up your Computer A recovery point is a point in time to which you can restore your entire computer. Rebit 5 makes recovery points every 24 hours when your backup drive is connected to your computer. See What are Recovery Points? Rebit 5 not only creates recovery points, it also backs up old versions of files and folders that you modify. You can restore these files and folders at any time. See Restoring Files and Folders Rebit 5 places an icon in the Windows Notification Tray. You can find the Rebit icon amongst the other icons in the notification tray area in the lowerright corner of your screen. See The Notification Tray Icon As file versions are saved, they will use space on the backup location. Rebit 5 SmartSave, however, will intelligently remove the oldest data to make space for more recent backups. This ensures that your backup locations are never full. The Dashboard provides a view of the overall status of your backups, as well as the ability to manage your backups. See The Rebit 5 Dashboard Should disaster strike, Rebit 5 backups provide the ability to recover your entire system. See Full System Recovery Latest Version of the Help For the most up-to-date help system in PDF format, visit: 2

7 Getting Started Making the First Recovery Point Rebit 5 begins by making the first recovery point. What are Recovery Points? Making the first recovery point can take several hours. Once it is complete, any subsequent recovery points will take only a minute or two to be created. The amount of time for the first recovery point depends on several factors: The performance capabilities of your network backup drive. The performance capabilities of your computer. How busy your computer is on other tasks while Rebit 5 is making the first recovery point. The amount and type of data stored on your hard disk. For directly connected backup locations, plan on 10 gigabytes of data backed up per hour. Network backup drives generally require twice the amount of time to be backed up. Note: Depending on the speed of your computer and the anti-virus software you have installed, the anti-virus software may extend the time it takes to complete first recovery point. Please be patient and allow the first recovery point to complete. If you are comfortable with disabling your anti-virus software during the first recovery point, it will speed the process. Tips for Making the First Recovery Point Go Faster Keep your computer on. Avoid the computer's sleep mode, if possible. Avoid using the Pause button. Avoid changing any Rebit 5 Settings, such as adding any new backup locations or drives to back up. After the first recovery point is complete, Rebit 5 begins working to keep your computer backed up. Although you can use your computer whether or not your computer is connected to the Rebit 5 backup drive, you should keep it connected as much as possible. Whenever your computer is connected to the Rebit 5 backup drive, it keeps your computer backed up by capturing changes "on the fly" as you work with your computer. When your computer is disconnected from that backup drive, no backups occur. But Rebit 5 backs up changes to files on your computer as soon as you reconnect it. 3

8 Rebit 5 Help What are Recovery Points? A recovery point is a point in time to which you can restore your entire computer. Rebit 5 automatically makes recovery points every 24 hours when your backup drive is connected to your computer. Keeping several recovery points is recommended so you will have the option to restore your entire computer to a time farther in the past. The number of recovery points and how far back in time your file versions go will depend on the amount of space you have on your backup location. See also: Full System Recovery and Making the First Recovery Point and Viewing Recovery Points 4

9 Getting Started The Notification Tray Icon Rebit 5 places an icon in the Windows Notification Tray. You can find the Rebit icon amongst the other icons in the notification tray area in the lower-right corner of your screen. The notification tray icon allows you to do the following: Right-click the icon to view the Rebit 5 menu. See Using the Right-click Menu. Double left-click to open the Rebit 5 Dashboard. See The Rebit 5 Dashboard. Float your mouse over the icon or left-click to view a view the current status of your Rebit 5 backup. Icon Colors and Status The color of the notification tray icon will indicate overall system status. When the icon is green, the backup status is healthy and no action is required. When the icon is yellow, a warning has occurred. Check the Rebit 5 Dashboard for more information. See The Rebit 5 Dashboard. When the icon is red, immediate action is needed. Check the Rebit 5 Dashboard for more information. See The Rebit 5 Dashboard. Windows XP or Windows Vista After installing Rebit onto a computer running Windows XP or Windows Vista, the icon will be seen as shown here. Right-click the icon for menu (XP and Vista) 5

10 Rebit 5 Help Windows 7 After installing Rebit onto a computer running Windows 7, the icon can be found by clicking the small arrow to expand the notification tray. It is recommended that you show the Rebit icon all the time so you can easily see your backup status. To show the Rebit icon all the time: 1. After clicking the arrow to expand the notification tray, click on Customize A control panel window will open that allows you to set the behavior for all notification tray icons. 3. Locate Rebit in the list and set its behavior to Show icon and notifications. Right-click the icon for menu (Windows 7) 6

11 Getting Started Using the Right-click Menu Right-click on the Rebit 5 icon in the system tray to obtain a menu of Rebit 5 actions, described below. Note: If you do not see the Rebit 5 icon in the System Tray (also called Notification Area), see The Notification Tray Icon for more information. Rebit : opens the Rebit 5 Dashboard. Refer to The Rebit 5 Dashboard. Browse backups: opens a Windows Explorer session on Rebit 5 and shows all your computer's backup files. Refer to Browsing the Backup Drive. Help: opens the Rebit 5 help system. About : displays a window that identifies the Rebit software version running on your computer. 7

12 Rebit 5 Help Where Do I Find my License key If you are running a trial version of Rebit 5 the trial will run for 30 days without requiring activation. After the 30 day trial, purchasing a license key will ensure continuous and complete protection. Rebit 5 never deletes your backups, it only stops the continuous computer protection once the 30 trial period has expired. After you purchase a license key for Rebit 5, you will use the key to activate Rebit 5. For purchased versions, you will be prompted during installation to enter your license key. Make sure you are connected to the Internet. In some cases it may be necessary to temporarily disable your firewall application allowing Rebit 5 to contact the activation servers. Where do you find your license key? If you downloaded the software, your license key was ed to you. If you purchased Rebit 5 as a physical product, the license key can be found inside the package. It is an 18-digit code taking the form of xxxx-xxxx-xx-xxxx-xxxx Activating the Rebit 5 Software 1. On the Activate window, enter the following information: Address License Key 2. Click Activate. 8

13 The Rebit 5 Dashboard About the Rebit 5 Dashboard The Dashboard provides a view of the overall status of your backups, as well as the ability to manage your backups. Opening the Dashboard To open the Dashboard, double left-click the notification tray icon. Learn more in The Notification Tray Icon. Managing your Backups from the Dashboard Browsing your Backups Pausing your Backup Resuming a Paused Backup Configuring Rebit 5 Settings Dashboard Status Messages The Dashboard displays the following messages to indicate the overall status of your backups: Message What is happening What you should do Your computer is backed up An up-to-date backup is stored on at least one backup location. There is at least once recovery point and the software has backed up all recent changes to the data on your computer. You do not have to do anything. Continue to use your computer. Your data is protected. Backing up Rebit 5 is in the process of backing up the recent changes made to the data on your computer. You do not have to do anything. Continue to use your computer and allow Rebit 5 to back up. Creating recovery point The software is in the process of creating a recovery point. What are Recovery Points? You do not have to do anything. Continue to use your computer and, if possible, allow the recovery point creation to complete. Not able to back up Rebit 5 is not able to back up your computer to any of your Check the connections to the backup locations. 9

14 Rebit 5 Help Paused backup locations. You have selected to pause the backups. Pausing your Backup Wait until the selected pause duration has elapsed or manually restart backups by clicking the Resume button. Resuming a Paused Backup Your backups are out-ofdate Your computer has not been able to connect to a backup location for more than seven days. The computer is Check the connections to the not able to create a backup locations. recovery point or back up recent data changes. A recovery point has not been created recently. 10

15 The Rebit 5 Dashboard Pausing your Backup Pausing the backup temporarily stops backing up your files to all backup locations. You can choose to pause a backup for a set duration of time. You can also select to manually resume the backup at any time. After the time period has elapsed or after you click the Resume button, Rebit 5 will automatically begin backing up files. Pausing the Backup 1. Open the Dashboard. 2. Click the Pause button. 3. On the Pause Duration window, select the amount of time you would like the backups to be paused. You can also select Manual Resume to pause until you choose to click the Resume button. 4. Click Pause. See also: Resuming a Paused Backup 11

16 Rebit 5 Help Resuming a Paused Backup Resuming a backup that has been paused will restart backups to all connected drives. Resuming the Backup 1. Open the Dashboard. 2. Click the Resume button. See also: Pausing your Backup 12

17 Backing up your Computer How it Works The Rebit software backs up your entire computer to the Rebit 5 backup drive. Rebit 5 must be connected to your computer in order to back up your data or to allow you to access archived files. You can disconnect Rebit 5 for extended periods of time, but your computer will not be backed up during this time. The more changes and additions you make to files on your computer while Rebit 5 remains disconnected, the longer it will take to catch up when it is reconnected. Automatic and Continuous Data Protection Continuous Data Protection means that whenever a file is created or changed, Rebit 5 knows about it. Rebit 5 automatically makes a copy of any changes as long as your computer is connected to Rebit 5. When it is not connected to the backup drive, no backups can be made, but changes are backed up to Rebit 5 when the computer is connected again. When you delete a file from your computer, backup copies remain on the Rebit 5 for potential future recovery. SmartSave Technology Rebit 5 uses SmartSave technology to continuously make room for new and revised files. If the backup drive begins to reach capacity, SmartSave deletes the oldest redundant backups and older deleted files as necessary to make room for new data. However, be assured that everything currently on your computer is completely backed up at all times. Because of SmartSave technology, your backup located will fill to 90% of capacity. At that time SmartSave will delete the oldest backups. See also: What is backed up? Viewing Backup Information SmartSave Warning Notifications Rebit 5 and Viruses Rebit 5 and Firewall Software 13

18 Rebit 5 Help What is Backed Up? Rebit 5 backs up all the information on your computer's main hard disk, often referred to as the C: drive, along with any other internal drives or partitions you may have, such as the D: drive. It does not back up network drives. It also does not backup files that you store on your Rebit 5 backup drive. See Backing up your Computer and Viewing Backup Information 14

19 Backing up your Computer Viewing Backup Information When you hold the mouse pointer over a file's icon on your computer, Rebit 5 displays a pop-up window that contains backup information along with other information about the file. When you hold the mouse pointer over the Rebit 5 icon in the system tray, a pop-up window is displayed with backup information for your entire computer. It notes the date and time of the last backup. Note: If you do not see the Rebit 5 icon in the System Tray (also called Notification Area), please see The Notification Tray Icon for more information. 15

20 Rebit 5 Help SmartSave Warning Notifications As you use your computer, your backup drive will slowly fill up with: Data from the backup Files that you copied to the drive When the backup drive is nearly full, SmartSave will begin to delete the oldest recovery points and file version backups in an effort to make room for new backup data. This occurs quietly in the background. If the backup drive is nearly full and there is only one recovery point remaining, it will not be deleted. Rebit 5 will then stop backing up to that backup drive until you create additional free space on the drive. For more information on creating additional space on the drive, refer to How to create additional free space on the backup drive. To see how many recovery points you have, see Viewing Recovery Points on a Backup Location. How to create additional free space on the backup drive You have the following options to create additional free space on the backup drive: Remove files that you copied to the backup drive. Remove a drive from the Rebit 5 backup. See Deleting Backups. Add a new backup location. See Adding Backup Drives. 16

21 Backing up your Computer Rebit 5 and Viruses Rebit 5 does not eliminate the need for an anti-virus program. You should always use anti-virus software. However, if your computer becomes infected with a virus, there is a chance that you can recover your computer to a point before the infection. Note: Some viruses propagate to attached devices, possibly including Rebit 5 if it was connected at the time of the infection. This could cause the virus to be inadvertently reinstalled. Full System Recovery requires you to select a recovery point, so you need to know when the infection occurred. See Full System Recovery for details on how to recover your computer. 17

22 Rebit 5 Help Rebit 5 and Firewall Software Rebit 5 occasionally tries to communicate with a server via the Internet to download any software updates. If your computer has an anti-virus or firewall that restricts access to the Internet, you may receive a warning message about Rebit 5 activity. Choose Always allow connections to this program on all ports (or a comparable option) to permit Rebit 5 to check for important software updates. 18

23 Configuring Rebit 5 Settings About the Settings Page Rebit 5 normally works in the background with little, if any, need for your attention. However, sometimes you'll want to change which hard drives or computers your Rebit 5 backs up. For example, if you acquire a new external hard drive, you can add it to your Rebit 5 backups, providing Rebit 5 has sufficient capacity. To open the Settings page, click the gear-shaped icon on the Dashboard. See also: Selecting Drives to Back Up Managing Backup Locations Checking for and Installing Software Updates Setting a Password Creating a Recovery Disk Uninstalling the Rebit Software 19

24 Rebit 5 Help Selecting Drives to Back Up About this page This page allows you to choose which drives on your computer you want to back up. For example, the software will back up the C: drive, but you can choose to exclude the external drive connected to your computer. Selecting Drives to Back Up 1. Open the Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Drives to Back Up. 3. On the Select Drives to Back Up page, select the check box next to each of the drives you want to back up. The check box will turn green. 4. Drives marked with the lock icon are backed up by default. 5. Click Done. 20

25 Configuring Rebit 5 Settings Managing Backup Locations About this page This page allows you to manage the drives that store your backups. You can: Add new backup locations Delete existing backups View recovery points on a backup drive Adding Backup Locations 1. Open Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Backup Locations. 3. Select the drive to which you want to back up. 4. Click Add Backup Drives. Refer to Add Backup Drives. Deleting Backups 1. Open Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Backup Locations. 3. Click the delete icon to the right of the drive of which you no longer want to back up. 4. The Delete Backups page is displayed. Refer to Deleting Backups. Viewing Recovery Points on a Drive 1. Open Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Backup Locations. 3. Click the view recovery points icon to the right of the backup drive. 4. The Recovery Point History window is displayed. Refer to Viewing Recovery Points on a Backup Location. 21

26 Rebit 5 Help Adding Backup Drives About this page This page allows you to add backup drives. Before you begin, make sure the backup drive you are adding is available. If it is a USB drive, connect it to your computer. If it is a network drive, make sure it is available on the network. Adding Backup Locations 1. Open Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Backup Locations. 3. Click Add Backup Locations. 4. On the next page, choose the type of backup drive: Adding a Local Drive Local Drive - Select to add a USB connected drive. Network Drive - Select to add a drive connected via the network. 1. On the Add Local Drive window, select the USB attached drive to which you want to store backups. 2. Click Done. Adding a Network Drive 1. On the Add Network Drive window, the software will search the network for any available shares. 2. A list of the available drives is displayed. Select the network drive to which you want to store backups. 3. If the share is password-protected, you will be prompted to enter the username and password to access that drive. 4. Click Done. 22

27 Configuring Rebit 5 Settings Deleting Backups About this page This page allows you to remove all backups for a backed up computer. Deleting Backups 1. Open Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Backup Locations. 3. Click the delete icon to the right of the drive of which you no longer want to back up. 4. The Delete Backups page displays the backups for the computers that are backing up to this location. 5. Click the box next to each of the backups you want to delete. The box will turn red. 6. Click Delete Selected Backups. Once a backup is deleted, the data cannot be recovered. 23

28 Rebit 5 Help Viewing Recovery Points on a Backup Location About this page This window allows you to view the date and time for all recovery points stored on a backup drive. Viewing Recovery Points 1. Open Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Backup Locations. 3. Click View Recovery Points to the right of the backup drive. 4. The Recovery Point History window displays a list of recovery points on the drive. See also: What are Recovery Points? 24

29 Configuring Rebit 5 Settings Checking for and Installing Software Updates About Software Updates If your computer is connected to the Internet and access is permitted by your firewall software, Rebit 5 periodically checks if updated software is available. You can also manually check if updated software is available. When checking for updates, no personal information is sent from your computer. Whenever an update to Rebit 5 is available, you are prompted to accept or decline the update. If you accept, the software is downloaded and automatically installed. Your current backups are not affected, but you are assured that you have the most up-to-date Rebit 5 software available. Note: When you first install Rebit 5, it checks for a software update to assure that Rebit 5 is as up to date as possible. It is recommended that you accept and install any updates. Checking for and Installing Software Updates 1. Open the Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Software Updates. 3. The Rebit 5 software will check for any available updates. Note that you must have Internet access. 25

30 Rebit 5 Help Setting a Password About this page You can set a password to restrict access to the files on the backup drive. On this page, you can: Set a password Remove a password Guidelines for the password The password your choose must: Contain at least 8 characters in length Be composed of both letters and numbers Setting a Password 1. Open the Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Security. 3. Type the password in the Password field. 4. Re-type the password. 5. Click Set Password. Removing a Password If a password has been set and you want to remove it: 1. Open the Dashboard -> Settings page. 2. Click Security. 3. Type your existing password in the Password field. 4. Click Remove Password. 26

31 Configuring Rebit 5 Settings Creating a Recovery Disk About this page In the event of a full system recovery, you will need a recovery disk containing the Rebit 5 boot software. This page allows you to create the recovery media required for the full system recovery. Type of Recovery Media Supported CD-ROM DVD-ROM USB Flash Drive - It is recommended that the entire flash drive be dedicated to the recovery media. Do not store any other files or data on the flash drive. Creating the Recovery Media 1. Prepare the recovery media by one of the following methods: Insert the CD or DVD into your computer's CD or DVD drive. Connect the USB drive to your computer. 2. On the Settings page, click Recovery Disk. 3. On the Creating Recovery Disk page, click the appropriate button for the type of media you are using: CD or DVD or USB Drive. 4. On the next window, select the drive you want to use to create the recovery disk. 5. Click Start. 6. Once the recovery media has been created, label it Rebit 5 Full System Recovery. 7. If you want to make sure the recovery media is working, boot your computer from the CD, DVD or USB drive. The start-up screen will be displayed. On the language selection screen, click Cancel to reboot back to your normal PC. 8. Store the recovery media in a safe place. See also: Full System Recovery 27

32 Rebit 5 Help Uninstalling the Rebit Software Using Windows XP 1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add or Remove Programs. 2. In the Currently installed programs box, click Rebit 5, and then click Remove. 3. You will be asked if you want to Keep or Remove the data on the backup drive. If you choose to keep the data, you can always reinstall Rebit 5 and restore access to your backups. If you choose to delete the data, all backups on the backup drive will be deleted. 4. A window will display the progress while all Rebit 5 software files are removed from your computer. Using Windows Vista or Windows 7 1. Clicking the Start button, click Control Panel, click Programs, and then click Programs and Features. 2. Select Rebit 5, and then click Uninstall. 3. You will be asked if you want to Keep or Remove the data on the backup drive. If you choose to keep the data, you can always reinstall Rebit 5 and restore access to your backups. If you choose to delete the data, all backups on the backup drive will be deleted. 4. A window will display the progress while all Rebit 5 software files are removed from your computer. 28

33 Restoring Files and Folders Once files and folders are backed up to Rebit 5, you can easily restore older versions of files and folders from your Rebit 5 backup. Refer to What are File Versions? See also: Browsing the Backup Drive Browsing Backups on a Computer without Rebit Restoring your Files and Folders Recovering Deleted Files 29

34 Rebit 5 Help What are File Versions? Rebit 5 not only makes recovery points, it also backs up old versions of files that you modify. This allows you to recover previous versions of a file. 30

35 Restoring Files and Folders Browsing the Backup Locations When you browse your backed up files, you will see file versions for the backups on all of the connected backup locations. You can browse the files and folders stored on the backup locations in any of the following ways: From Windows Explorer: 1. Right-click on a file on your computer in Windows Explorer. 2. Select Rebit. This opens a cascading menu. 3. Select Browse Backup. From the Notification Tray: 1. Right-click the Rebit 5 icon in the system tray. 2. Click Browse Backup. From the desktop: 1. Double-click the Rebit icon on your desktop. Note: If you do not see the Rebit 5 icon in the System Tray (also called Notification Area), please see The Notification Tray Icon for more information. 31

36 Rebit 5 Help Browsing Backups on a Computer without Rebit 5 Installed If you wish to browse the backups on the drive from a computer without the Rebit software installed, you can install and use a standalone backup browser. This feature is only supported for USB-attached backup drives. Installing the Backup Browser 1. On the computer that does not have Rebit installed, plug in the USB backup drive containing the Rebit 5 backups. 2. Using Windows Explorer, open and view the files stored on the Rebit 5 drive. 3. Double-click Start.exe. 4. You will be asked if you want to Browse backups or Install software. Browse backups - This option installs only the backup browser used to view Rebit 5 backups. Install software - This option installs the full version of Rebit software, including the backup browser. 5. Once the browser or software is installed, you can browse the backups on the drive. Refer to Browsing the Backup Locations. 6. If the backups are protected by a password, you will be prompted to enter the password before you are granted access to the files. Uninstalling the Backup Browser To remove the backup browser, use the Windows OS uninstallation feature. Refer to Uninstalling the OEM_Software_Name Software. 32

37 Restoring Files and Folders Restoring your Files and Folders When you browse the backup location (see Browsing the Backup Locations), you will find that the folder structure exactly mirrors the folder structure of your computer. For example, if a file is in the Letters folder on your computer, its backup file is in the Letters folder. Note: Remember that a file displayed in the Rebit 5 window may represent more than one file version. Double-click on a file name to display all the backup versions of that file. Deleted files are displayed with dimmed icons. Drag and Drop to Restore You can drag and drop the backed up item onto your desktop or to another location on your hard disk. The restored file has the backup date and time added to its name. Copy and Paste to Restore You can use the Windows Copy command (Edit->Copy or <Ctrl>-C) to copy the item to the clipboard and then use the Windows Paste command (Edit->Paste or <Ctrl>-V) to paste it elsewhere on your computer. Right-click to Restore You can right-click on the item you want to recover. The resulting menu lets you perform these actions: Explore: view all the versions of the file that are available. When viewing a list of versions, you can use any of the remaining commands in this list to restore a version. Open: open the item in its native application. Use that application to save a copy elsewhere. folder. Copy: copy the file to the clipboard. You can then paste it into your preferred destination All files and folders you restore from Rebit 5 back to your computer remain on Rebit 5 as backup files. They can be restored again if necessary. 33

38 Rebit 5 Help Recovering Deleted Files A deleted file remains on Rebit 5. However, the file icon is dimmed to indicate that the file was deleted. You can float your mouse over the file icon to see the date that the file was deleted. To recover deleted files and folders from Rebit 5 proceed as follows: 1. On the backup location, navigate to the folder from which you deleted the file. See Browsing the Backup Locations for details. 2. Deleted files have a dimmed icon. To recover the most recent version of a file, copy and paste the file, or drag and drop its icon, to your desktop or another folder. To recover an older version, double-click the file icon and choose the version you want from the resulting list. Then copy and paste the file, or drag and drop its icon, to your desktop or another folder. 34

39 Full System Recovery Note: Should you ever need the information in this section, you won't have access to it because your computer will be non-functional. Therefore, it is recommended that you print this section and store it with the CD-ROM, DVD or USB drive containing the recovery disk. Refer to Creating a Recovery Disk. Rebit 5 makes it possible to completely recover from a hard disk malfunction by restoring your fully backed-up computer to a new drive or drives. When you replace a malfunctioning hard disk with a new one, you must use a new hard disk that's at least as large as the original hard disk. If your computer is rendered unusable through loss or damage, you may be able to recover to an identical replacement computer using the procedure below. The replacement computer must be identical the original in every respect, except the main disk drive which must be of equal or greater capacity than the original disk drive. In addition, certain security features, such as fingerprint readers, may prevent successful recovery. Any other differences can cause recovery to fail because of inconsistencies between the hardware and restored software. If you cannot replace the old computer with an identical one, or if security features interfere with recovery, it is recommended that you instead restore only your data files to the new computer without attempting to recover the entire system. Overview of the Procedure To perform a full system recovery, complete the following steps: 1. Creating a Recovery Disk 2. Recovering your Hard Disk 35

40 Rebit 5 Help Recovering Your Hard Disk Note that wireless connections are not supported during the recovery process. To perform a full hard disk recovery using the Rebit 5 recovery disk on the CD-ROM, DVD or USB drive, follow these steps: 1. Replace the malfunctioning hard disk with a new hard disk according to the hardware instructions. 2. Insert the full system recovery disk that you made in Creating a Recovery Disk. If you are using a recovery CD-ROM or DVD disk, turn on the power long enough to open the drive and insert the disk. Close the drive and turn off the power to the computer. If you are using a recovery USB drive, plug it into the USB drive on your computer. 3. Connect the backup drive to your computer. If you are using a USB drive, connect Rebit 5 to the computer USB port. If you are using a network backup drive, connect it to the computer via a network cable. Note that wireless connections are not supported during the recovery process. 4. Turn on the power to your computer. The computer should start and boot from the Rebit 5 CD-ROM recovery drive. If it does not, you may need to make changes to the system BIOS to permit booting the computer from the appropriate drive. See the documentation for your computer for detailed instructions on how to do this. 5. Follow the on-screen instructions provided by the recovery software. You must select a recovery point, which is typically the date of the most recent backup. Rebit 5 restores your entire computer onto the new hard disk, exactly as it was at the selected backup time. Caution: Do not interrupt the recovery process. It is likely to take several hours. Rebit 5 will prompt you when your system has been recovered. 6. For USB drive users: Once Rebit 5 has recovered your computer on the new hard drive, it will automatically resume continuous backup of your computer. For network drive users: When Rebit 5 has recovered your computer on the new hard drive, you must do one of the following option: 1. Create a new share to use for backing up your computer. Create a new or second network share on your network storage device if you do not already have one. Right-click on the Rebit icon in the system tray. Click More, then click Select a network share... Now select the new share which is different than the one you just used to restore your computer. 2. Uninstall the software and reset the backup. Uninstall Rebit from the computer. See Deleting Backups for more information. When ask if you want to reset Rebit 5, select Yes. The reset may take an hour or more, so be patient. When the reset is complete, reboot your computer. Now reinstall Rebit and wait for the first recovery point to be created. See Making the First Recovery Point for more information. 36

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