- Locate the backup of the content database that you need to recover. You must know the original location of the document so that you can match it in content database.
- Once you locate the backup, you have to restore the content database to any temporary storage location. In this mechanism, you have to have the database mounted on MS SQL Server.
- Click “Recover data from an unattached content database” link in Backup and Restore window in the SharePoint Central Administrator.
- Provide the information about temporary database and SQL instance. You also need to specify that what you are willing to do.
- Select list, site, and site collection to export.
- After exporting the data, you have to start MS SharePoint Management Shell. Import the library to the database using Import- SPWeb cmdlet option.
- Once the import process completes, you can browse the library and extract the documents you need. After extracting the required documents, you can remove the library and temporary database.
Friday, March 23, 2012
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
- You have accidentally deleted some folders, which contained the PSD file. It was normal deletion, not hard disk failure or system malfunction.
- You managed to recover the lost PSD file either from backup or using a commercial recovery application.
- PhotoShop does not open the recovered file. Every time you try to open the file, it gives you the below error:
“There was a problem reading the layer data. Read the composite data instead?”
- When you choose to click the Read Composite Data option, it gives you further error message that states:
“Could not open '[file name]' because the file is not compatible with this version of PhotoShop.”
- If you try to open the same file with any other file viewer, you are greeted with error messages similar to the following ones:
“This file uses an unsupported blending mode.”
- Make sure you are opening the file in a version of Adobe PhotoShop in which it was created.
- If the file is shared on the network, then try creating a local copy and then opening it.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
- You worked on an Excel file and tried to save it. The file refuses to save and gives you the following message:
“Document not saved”
- When you click OK button on the dialog box of previous error, the application crashes with the following error:
“An unexpected error has occurred. AutoRecover has been disabled for this session of Excel.”
- You tried to repair the permissions for MS Excel and your Mac hard drive, but it did not fix the problem.
- The same problem occurs when you try to Save As document on different location or disk.
- You copy all the contents of the affected file to new Workbook, but same problem occurs again.
- If you have macros in the file, then you need to save the file in a different file format.
- Open the file with Apple Numbers and then save it with different name. If the file opens properly, then you can export it to any Excel compatible file format.
- Repair the corrupted file with the help of advanced recovery applications. The Mac Office repair tools are capable of effectively handling all corruption issues.
Monday, March 12, 2012
- You had a hard drive crash and lost most of your significant data stored on the disk.
- You managed to recover the lost data after hard drive crash using data recovery software.
- All the files, except Adobe PhotoShop PSD files, are opening and working correctly.
- When you try to open a PSD file, you get either of the below errors:
Could not complete your request because Photoshop does not recognize this type of file.
Cannot open [filename] because it is the wrong type of file.
The file is damaged or is a format that cannot be included.
- You compared the contents of a valid PSD file and the one that you recovered using HEX Editor.
- You see some difference in the file header.
- PSD file header corruption.
- You are trying the open the file in an earlier version of PhotoShop.
- Incomplete recovery of the PSD file from damaged hard drive.
- PSD file is completely damaged and PhotoShop is unable to read it.
- Replace the header of the damaged file with header of a valid PSD file.
- Open the file in a version of PhotoShop in which it was created.
- Restore the damaged PSD file from backup. The backup should be updated and validated to ensure complete recovery.
- Use third-party recovery tools to restore damaged PSD file.
Friday, March 2, 2012
There are some situations where Microsoft PowerPoint for Mac may crash and the presentations may become inaccessible. It is also possible that the application gets crashed every time you try to open a particular PPT. This issue usually caused due to corruption to the PowerPoint presentation and leads to data loss. In order to sort out this problem, you have to use advanced Mac PowerPoint recovery solutions.
As an example of such issues with MS PowerPoint for Mac application, you may get the following error message while starting the application or opening a file:
“Microsoft PowerPoint has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.”
After the above error message, the presentations may become inaccessible and data loss situations occur. To extract data from such presentations, you need to identity the root of this issue and fix it with the help of Mac PowerPoint repair solutions.
Grounds of the issue:
The problem may take place if any one of more of the of the below conditions are true:
- Preferences of Microsoft PowerPoint application are damaged.
- Other applications, which are running in background, are faulty or interfering with MS PowerPoint.
- Your profile or user account is damaged.
- Installation of Microsoft PowerPoint application is damaged.
- PowerPoint Presentation that you are trying to open is damaged.
Try out the below mentioned steps to sort out this problem:
- Quit Microsoft PowerPoint for Mac and remove all the preferences. Then restart the application to check if the issue is fixed.
- Quit all the applications running in the background one by one and observe which application is causing the problem.
- Create a new user account and verify if the problem is resolved.
- Install the latest updates for all Office applications.
- Reinstall MS Office for Mac application suite.