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All Topics | Topic "Restoring WEAP data"
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Mr. Abebe Seyoum Ayele

Subject: Restoring WEAP data   
Posted: 11/17/2015 Viewed: 9828 times
My computer's operating system has been crashed and I installed new operating system. All my softwares including WEAP model were removed and now reinstalled. But I didnot get my previous work with WEAP. How can restore my work?

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Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: Restoring WEAP data   
Posted: 11/17/2015 Viewed: 9790 times
I am sorry to hear about your computer.

WEAP stores its data in a folder named "WEAP Areas" underneath your Documents folder, for example,
C:\Users\your_name\Documents\WEAP Areas.
If this folder still exists, look inside it to see if your old datasets are still there. Each one would be in its own folder, named with the name of the WEAP area, e.g.,
C:\Users\your_name\Documents\WEAP Areas\Weaping River Basin
Find out where WEAP is currently storing its files -- go to Help, About WEAP. Move the folders from their old location to the current location. However, I do not know why they would be in different places.

Jack
Mr. Abebe Seyoum Ayele

Subject: Re: Restoring WEAP data   
Posted: 11/17/2015 Viewed: 9783 times
Thank You Jack
I will try my best.

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Topic "Restoring WEAP data"