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    Performing a restore

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    Is there a way to selectively restore backups, or when performing a restore, you have to restore everything?

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    Re: Performing a restore

    If u've made a restore point, then ud have to go starting from there. As far as I know u cannot selectively store backups.

    Why, wat happened

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    Re: Performing a restore

    I would like to restore some bookmarks from one of my previous backups, but not lose any current emails etc.
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    Re: Performing a restore

    I really dough u can restore one part and not another. u might have to save the emails or something. If Im wrong someone plz correct me

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    Re: Performing a restore

    If you go into the desktop manager, and click on the Backup/Restore tab, you'll see an "Advanced" button. If you click that, you'll be able to choose what things you'd like to restore. You won't be able to pick out individual bookmarks, but I think you can restore only the bookmarks data without disturbing anything else.

    (I don't have my regular machine with DM on it handy else I'd give you a full walkthrough.)
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