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  1. Hi Tahreem. Yes, seems this approach is not going to work in that case. Thanks for the info, nothing major so it's ok. Just one password I wanted to recover but now seems unlikely now. Just an unfortunate TimeMachine backup issue. Not your fault. Best.
  2. No. v5.6 so before your cloud update I think. No. I don't need you to recover it, i'm asking if you can provide some information on the ".walletx" file so I can.
  3. Yes, you have misunderstood. I had my .walletx backup files on a harddrive. The mac time machine overwrote those. I'm looking for a way to extract/recover these files using data recovery software however as these files are .walletx this makes it difficult as this is a non standard file type. I was looking at adding ".walletx" as a file type to this recovery software. See https://www.r-studio.com/creating-custom-file-type-r-studio.html. However it's hard to assess what the start and finish signatures are of the .walletx file and I don't know what data type these files are. Can anyone here help with that please?
  4. Is there any information on the file signatures of the walletx files. I was looking at using R-Studio to create a custom file type and try and recover my lost .walletx backup files from this hard drive. https://www.r-studio.com/creating-custom-file-type-r-studio.html Any help would be appreciated. Best, Dave
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