Having trouble opening .tib file on Windows 10
I've not tried to open a .tib file (created with ATI 2017 under Windows 7) with Windows 10 before. I've now tried several times and am stuck. When I click on the .tib file to open it, I enter the encryption key, as expected, but instead of seeing an explorer-like window with my backed up files and folder, I get a "Locate the volume with number '1':" window showing This PC > Documents (see image). I have no idea what to do with this. Ideas?
BTW - this "Locate the volume ..." dialog cannot be closed or canceled. It pops right back up again. You have to log out for it to go away.
I then tried opening this .tib on Windows 7 and the same thing happened! What does this mean? A corrupt .tib?