How to Recover Offline Files from the Local Cache?

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I have a Windows XP client where the user, being ignorant of such things, was working offline for quite a while. Trying to restore these files by copying them out of the offline files folder results in an error stating that: "Can't read from source file or disk." Is there any way that these files that seem to exist only in the local offline files cache to be recovered?

How to Recover Offline Files from the Local Cache?

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How to Recover Offline Files from the Local Cache?

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Open a browser, Go to "Tools" menu then select "Internet Options."

Go to the General tab and select "Settings" underneath the Browsing History section.

Click "View Files."

Start viewing url's from the web page last accessed and so on.

Right click on the file to "Open in New Window."

Delete Browsing History
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How to Recover Offline Files from the Local Cache?

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Hi Bradley,

Yes! You can recover offline files. Those offline files are in the directories located ""%systemroot""/CSC/%. Be sure to copy it to a new folder/location to be able to open the recovered files. When you have recovered your files reset the CSC cache. Click the link for a detailed instructions: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=230738

Hope it helps,

Llison Janneya"

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