I had a total loss on a PC running Windows 7 Pro 64 bit, but I had performed a complete image back-up with Acronis 2015 a few weeks ago which said was successful. It did 2 incremental back-ups since then (although I'm sure I selected differential). Upon searching for restoration files, I found that the original "successful" back-up, which took almost 2 days to the network hard drive (1.8 TB), was divided into 5 back-ups of greatly differing sizes. Selecting any of the full or incremental back-ups gives one complete & both incremental back-ups to restore. Then I keep getting corrupt messages with code 0X0004000D. It started to load once, but was directed towards the wrong partition. I have the network drive connected directly to the 2nd LAN port on my motherboard to eliminate any network interference. It won't open any of the back-ups to recover individual files either. This is my business computer & a total loss would be catastrophic. Any suggestions for recovery?