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# 252992 20-Jul-2019 16:36
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I need to see what tabs were open in the last session of a Chrome browser on a drive that has been backed up as a Macrium Reflect image. I had Chrome set to resume where left off so all tabs would automatically restore when I started it. 

 

Now I am trying to figure out how to view those last open tabs without having to restore the image file. Macrium lets you view files from the image, but I may have to run Chrome in order to see the tabs. I wonder if anyone has a solution?

 

Also, if I do have to run the backed up Chrome, I was thinking of restoring the Macrium image to a virtual drive. Is that possible? How hard is it? I have never tried virtual drives on Windows before.

 

 





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  # 2280377 20-Jul-2019 18:26
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Copy the Chrome profile and open it from another computer. For example https://superuser.com/questions/662329/how-do-i-recover-tab-session-information-from-chrome-chromium




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  # 2280836 21-Jul-2019 15:58
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Thanks for the tip. I got it sorted.

 

 





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