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I think you can try some itunes backup extractor software, like Dr.fone or iphone backup extractorTo see whether read the most recent backup file. If yes, you can use it to extract the data in the backup to your computer.
I had this issue and I solved it by doing the following. Go to "Disk Utility.app" Select your Windows Partition Click "Erase" and select "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" Erase the partition Once that has completed, select the Complete Disk (Not Partitioned) Now select "Partition" Select the newly Formatted "Windows" partition and select the "-" symbol at the ...
If you're getting an error about backing up during a restore process, this is due to iTunes making another (just-in-case) backup during the restore process. The first thing I would check is the available space on your primary hard drive. Otherwise, Apple has a large list of permission issues and the like to check in this situation :) ...
You may be able to perform a backup, even if you have forgotten your passcode, however you will be limited to a computer you have synced with in past. According to this Apple support article you should be able to get one last backup in before restoring. Good Luck
When you connect your iPhone to iTunes you can do a backup, you should be able to do this even without the pin. Then just restore last backup and you're fine! There is either a big "backup now" button or you can right click on the name of your iPhone and then select backup. Depends from the iTunes version. Hope this helps.
As long as you have the data backed up it should still be available. That being said, it depends on the amount of data you decided to back up. Also make sure to use the same iCloud ID since you might have started to use the iCloud for backups and not you PC. Both Backup and Restore procedures for iCloud and iTunes is listed on Apple Support website.
To restore a device using iTunes, iTunes itself requires an internet connection. Furthermore, the status of Find My iPhone is obtained from the device as well as Apple's servers—iTunes knows if the device you're attempting to restore has Find My iPhone enabled and will prevent the device from being restored. The only way to restore a device with Find My ...
Today I tried the various suggestions above, but couldn't restore the Mac partition. This may have been in part due to the fact the amount I initially partition for Bootcamp wasn't sufficient, so decreased the Mac partition and then use Mini-Tool Partition on Windows side to extend my Bootcamp partition. Instead I used Disk Utility to erase the unwanted ...
It looks like the files I want are stored in \~Library\Preferences under each stack's specific plist file. I don't quite understand why none of them transferred over from the original backup, but I am hopeful they will copy over when I visit the Time Machine backup.
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