Microsoft Tape Format .BKF files

A common backup format is the native application within XP, Windows 2000 and NT.  This produces a disk backup file with the default extension .BKF.  If the file is looked at in a Hex viewer, it always starts with the signature TAPE.  This format is also known as Veritas Backup Exec.

CnW Recovery software will read these files and recover the files within - even when the file is not complete, or has been corrupted.

To use this option, the BKF file is treated as if it is a disk image file.  Select Image File as the drive type, and then the .BKF file.  Set sector size to 0x200 bytes

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