Software Prerequisites

  • Platinum Class Processor
  • Minimum Memory: 512MB RAM (1GB Recommended)
  • Disk Space: Enough space to store the merged output
  • High-speed internet connection
  • Support BKF created via NT Backup, HT Data Protector, ARCserve Backup, Veritas Backup, and Symantec Backup.

User Interface

Once you download the SysInfo BKF Recovery Tool, you will find the interface mentioned below:

User Interface

Software Working

Download and Install the SysInfo BKF Recovery

  • Step 1: Double click on the SysInfo BKF Recovery Software after you download and install the software in your system.
    Step 1
  • Step 2: Click on the Open icon from the taskbar on the left.
    Step 2
  • Step 3: Select the corrupted BKF files from your system and click the Open button.
    Step 3
  • Step 4: After that, a window will appear, giving you an option to Set the Range of the BKF file. Next, the software will scan your file according to the selected range.
    • Set Complete Range:- You can set the range for the added BKF file for complete use of this option.
    • Set Partial Range:- You can also set the range for the added BKF file in a partial manner using this option.

    Step 4
  • Step 5: Now, click on the OK button to continue.
    Step 5
  • Step 6: After the software finishes the scanning process according to the range, click Ok to save your files.
    Step 6
  • Step 7: You can preview the file in a proper hierarchy form and the content stored with a particular file. Then, select the file(s) to save by clicking on Save Icon from the Taskbar.
    Step 7
  • Step 8: Click the browse button to select the destination path for the output folder.
    Step 8
  • Step 9: You can also assign the name of the resultant folder. Also, enable the option to save files in the folder hierarchy.
    Step 9
  • Step 10: Now, click on the Save file(s) button, and the software itself will save the file to your defined location.
    Step 10
  • Step 11: Finally, click Ok once the saving process is complete.
    Step 11

Frequently Asked Questions

It depends on how many files you create and how often you create them. If you create new files daily, you might want to back up weekly or even daily. Likewise, if you occasionally create many files - for example, if you save a lot of digital photos from a birthday party or graduation, back them up immediately. It's best to schedule regular, automatic backups so you don't have to think about it. You can choose to have your files backed up daily, weekly, or monthly. You can also back up manually between automatic backups.

BKF is known as "Backup Files." It is a built-in backup application to create a proprietary backup format (BKF). It is also known as "Microsoft Tape Format" (MTF) and is a free utility available with Windows XP. Anyone can use it to back up their valuable data from a data loss situation. You can take the backup of your files on Tape, Zip Drives, Floppy Disks, Hard disks, etc.