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Where is my recovered data?

If Support Central backed up your data and put it back on your computer, it will be in a folder labeled with your name and date on the root of the drive.

In the Mac OS, your data should be located in the root of Mac OS

In the Mac OS, your data should be located in the root of Mac OS
  1. Open Finder.
  2. Select Mac OS X from the Devices menu.
  3. Your data will be in a folder labeled with the date and your name.

You should transfer the data from this folder to your home folder to make it more easily accessible.

You should transfer the data from this folder to your home folder to make it more easily accessible.

1. Open an additional finder window.

2. Under places, select your home folder. It will have a picture of a house and your username.

3. Select all of the files in the folder you're ready to copy

4. Move them to the corresponding folder in your Home directory.

5. Once you are satisfied that you have moved all of your data to the corresponding folders in your home folder, you can delete the folder that is labeled with the date and your name.

In Windows, your data will be located on the root of the C: Drive.

In Windows, your data will be located on the root of the C: Drive.

1. Open "Computer" from the Start Menu.

2. Navigate to the C: drive.

3. There will be a folder in the root of the C: drive labeled with the date and your name. Open that folder.

1. Open an additional finder window.

2. Navigate to your home folder in C:\Users\

3. Select all of the files in the folder you're ready to copy

4. Move them to the corresponding folder in your Home directory.

5. Once you are satisfied that you have moved all of your data to the corresponding folders in your home folder, you can delete the folder that is labeled with the date and your name.

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