A helpful link:
But do I understand correctly they didn't include that data on their regular backup? Then it's time to rethink that. I find a $40 64 GB USB-stick a quite usable device to do a regular backup to. Just set up an incremental backup scheme (only the changes since the last time you did it) and once in a while (while enjoying dinner or TV or doing househuld work) put that stick in and start that backup. It's only a few clicks if setup correctly. Easy and useful.
A friend uses Windows Live Mail. They have a Dell laptop running Windows 7 Home. Recently, due to file corruption, their system has become unbootable even in Safe Mode. So she has the Dell recovery discs and will be running that process to recover her system.
The hard drive is still readable and we pulled it and connected it to another computer. We can copy files but how can we recover the Windows Live Mail data (messages, folders, contacts, etc.). Is there a way to do that without the programs export function?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.