Cannot restore the backup, validate tib file or mount tib file
I have a number of Acronis 2014 backups - few full and many incrementals for win 8.1 PC.
PC's disk is gone, so I cannot tell which backup completed or not, but I do see tib files created daily at the time when the backup started/ was running. The backup files are on WD NAS device. There are other two machines backing up to the same NAS device. I am connecting to NAS via wired 100M/1G network.
I boot from Acronis Media and tried to open several most recent incremental backups, but Acronis threw an error saying the backup is corrupted and suggested to mount the image instead of restore. However, the backup for other PC was browsable, so it is not a problem accessing the files.
I started Acronis on working PC and navigated to backup files on NAS device.
Right clicked the tib files, found Acronis, but was not able to see "mount" option, only 'validate', which threw the same corruption error.
The tib files have different sizes, mostly from 0.5-3 GB, there are few about 25 - 30 GB.
I have installed Acronis 2019, but nothing changed, still no option to 'mount' tib files from that PC.
Is there any chance to retrieve the data from those tib files?
Later, I checked the tib file sequence and found that it starts from: ws2_full_b2_s1_v1.tib and goes all the way to ws2_inc_b2_s424_v1.tib. Looks like there is a single full (85 GB) and 424 incremntals.
Could this be a problem for Acronis to read the entire chain and mark all *.tib as corrupted / do not mount it?
Is there a chance to to consolidate all in one using command line or other tool, if I cannot get it working via GUI?
Is it possible that accessing/reading so many files over the network is problematic for mount/validation?
Should I copy all the files to local hard drive and re-try to read it/mount it (about 700 GB)?
Any comments or suggestions are appreciated.