Acronis recovery fail from network drive

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?
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Well,you may have learned the lesson that most backups are about 90 to 95% successful.
A test restore and or verify are the only sure way you can test it.

So you cannot mount the backup file in Acronis?

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Albatross1953Author Commented:
I don't have a mounting option in my tools tab. I can open a tree, but that only lets me see folders. Any files that are not in subfolders are not viewable after recovering because of permissions even though they have permission in the security tab.
Albatross1953Author Commented:
Mounting the image is different in different versions. In 2015 you have to r/click on the image file, click on Acronis, then click on mount image. I couldn't recover the full image, so I lost all my programs, but I recovered my data.
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