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**Not Quite Web 2.0**

MozBackup (part deux)

Friday, November 11, 2005

Here is the follow up to the earlier post about MoxBackup. So you want to back up your extensions, links and themes for your beloved Firefox and you downloaded the Mozbackup so now what?
1.)First off, pay attention to where the hell you back it up to. For instance, I did a backup and not paying attention, had to search it until I found it under the 'my documents' folder.'
2.)The .pcv file name (if you read the FAQ is actually a .zip file. So rename that SOB and then you can pull what data you need (I was looking for my bookmarks).
3.)If you want to 'restore' a session, make sure to fire up the proper version of the Firefox and when using the backup, hit 'restore' (duh!).

OK, with that out of the way, I should have a full review of Advanced Archive Password Recovery later this weekend. And believe me, the review is not going to be pretty.

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