Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2006 3:08 am Post subject: opening a bkf extention with encase
okay, I am taking a case from a coworker. he, for some reason instead of giving my the encase files, gave me a dvd with a bkf extention. Is encase able to take back up files and give them a look through? or do I need to do other things to make this file readable... sorry I know its a dumb question but thanks for the help.
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Posted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 1:43 am Post subject:
I still come across bkf files occasionally but they are a pain to open now, as Windows got rid of the bkf option after XP. I would suggest making a copy in Encase to preserve your original, then take the copy and decompress it using this - "https : // www .microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx? id=4220&tduid= %28a4ba0d7647396cb597564fa0787e273f%29%28266696%29%281503186%29% 28skim1402X558040Xea0ce03efd79e839a882e7af955e8dd7%29%28%29"
and you should then be able to see the individual files. Hopefully this might help but I have never tried it myself so there are no guarantees.
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