SAGE Backup _Urgent help

vvpblvvpbl Settling In NicelyPosts: 24Registered
Hello

I have SAGE simulation tomorrow. I am trying to backup sage files to an external disc. After doing back up exercise, I am getting the message that the Back up has been successful. But if I try to open the External drive, it contains the blank files with no Back up data.

As I have simulation tomorrow, I am getting worried. Could you please any one of you help to solve this problem. Any help would be much appreciated.

Regards

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  • sammyd22sammyd22 Well-Known Posts: 207Registered
    vvpbl wrote: »
    Hello

    I have SAGE simulation tomorrow. I am trying to backup sage files to an external disc. After doing back up exercise, I am getting the message that the Back up has been successful. But if I try to open the External drive, it contains the blank files with no Back up data.

    As I have simulation tomorrow, I am getting worried. Could you please any one of you help to solve this problem. Any help would be much appreciated.

    Regards

    I havent used sage for a while but from what i can remember you have the option of backing up the files on both the hard drive and an external disc. It sound to me like your backing it up to the computers hard drive.

    Try again and check you have selected the correct options.

    I hope this fix's your problem.
  • sdvsdv Experienced Mentor Posts: 585Registered
    Hi

    first of all

    Use windows explorer to actually see that the file has been backed up where you think you may have backed up.

    If you can't find it; use the find facility and search the whole system for the file written in your computer, including any external drives, at today's date.

    you may be able to locate where your file has been backed up.

    I am also PM a message with my mobile number.

    if you need to talk to me I don't you calling me
  • PGMPGM Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,954Registered
    What version of Sage is it?

    when I used Line 50 I'd just copy and paste the entire data folder with the data files in it.

    Then it was easy to open company and point it to wherever the data files are.
  • vvpblvvpbl Settling In Nicely Posts: 24Registered
    Hello

    Thanks for all your quick replies. I am trying to solve my problem

    Regards
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