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Acronis Backup Software Changes file date

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I am trying to restore some files from and older backup  to a different  drive and compare dates of the files on the dive the active. When I restored the files they had todays date stamp. I could not find anything on their web site or in the help files on this.
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Look at both the created and last modified date stamp - The last modified should be intact.

Add it into the view to see it

I hope this helps !
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Thanks but no that is not what happened every file I restored had the  date it was restored
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Which date . File creation or modified date or both ?

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These files had all dirrerent dates when I restored them the had 4/7/09 on the folders and the files.
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Again, the view by default shows only the Date created I think.

Right Click on a column to get more options include Modified date, or choose one file and look at it's properties for last modified date.

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