How to recover Echange from BackupExcec 11D

I have a recent backup from Backup exec 11D in the backup folder including all the .edb, .stm, E00xxxx.log and some other .dll.
After reading hours on the net including Expert Exchange I'm not able to mount the Store.
I have gone to all eseutil command line, of defraging, recovering with no luck.
the problem happens when the exchange server "Win 2k3 standard" shutdown unexpectedly after a power loss, where the battery backup was depleted. now its flag infostore duty and was not shutdown succesfully.
Every time I tried to remount the Store I get the error C1041724 error.
Can anyone walk me trough a simple step of recovering the Exchange Info Store database? from the backup exec recent backup?
Thank guys.
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Hedley PhillipsOwnerCommented:
These are the links I use when I do it:

How to use Recovery Storage Groups in Exchange Server 2003

How to prepare Exchange 2003 so that a Recovery Storage Group Restore can be performed with Backup Exec for Windows Servers

How Recovery Storage Groups Work
pbaptisteAuthor Commented:
Thanks I have look into those links it seems to help.
I will my results soon.
pbaptisteAuthor Commented:
Well since having a good backup from Backupexec, I have copied the entire files to a temp folder and ran eseutil to defrag and roll forward the transactions log and everything came back online on the next reboot.
Thanks guys.
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