Goldmine Infocenter folders

An employee overwrote a folder located in Goldmines infocenter.  I am unable to determine were these files are being stored.  I tried to restore the database files but that did not restore the infocenter folders.  Any help would be appreciated.

The infocenter is a place to keep notes similar to a scratch pad or word document that are made available to all users of goldmine
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GMGeniusSoftware Development Manager/DeveloperCommented:
Which version of GoldMine ?

SQL or DBASE?

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GMGeniusSoftware Development Manager/DeveloperCommented:
The Info Center data is stored in the INFOMINE table - on dBase this is in the goldmine\GMBase folder
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AccountantsTechAuthor Commented:
Yes it is Dbase and I have the folder goldmine\GMBase and I restored yesterday file back to the server location.  However, it still doesn't show up under the folder in the info center.  Is there a possibility that the folder lost its reference to the dbase information and cannot display it?   By changing the folder did it delete all the data in the database?
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stevengraffCommented:
Is it possible the problem occurred farther back in the past... so that the backup you've restored also contains the deletion?
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AccountantsTechAuthor Commented:
Good comment let me check because just when someone finds out there is an error doesn't mean it just happened then.
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AccountantsTechAuthor Commented:
Was the solution I was looking for but didn't fix my problem yet as I will need to restore some backups to get the info back.
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