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chance bliss

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  1. thank you for the explanation. and thanks for the warning, it is duly noted. have also backed-up local notebooks. thanks!
  2. Thank you for your feedback. Here’s an update: besides making a back-up of all the data that I could, I did nothing else except leave Evernote Desktop open (and online) when many hours later, I noticed everything had been restored. That is, there originally were 1484 notes on my desktop version of Evernote, just as there were on Evernote Web, and eventually all 1484 notes reappeared on Evernote Desktop. Everything seems to be OK. That is, everything seems to be as it was before my drive crashed and Evernote struggled to restore my notes. I haven’t been able to identify any missing notes. Has anyone else had experiences similar to this? Does it seem plausible that Evernote Web would essentially restore everything by itself onto my Evernote Desktop? As a footnote, for proper order’s sake, I’ve since made a new back up of my notebooks.
  3. My desktop version of Evernote crashed this morning and only partially recovered the data in my notebook. All files that were originally created before 2011 are there, but everything else is gone. The good news is that ALL OF MY FILES are still on Evernote Web but I can't figure out how to restore my desktop version from what's on Evernote Web. A simple sync did not make a difference. Can anyone please advise? I've read through what Evernote has shared on their help pages, but everything there points to restoring from a back-up that's already saved to the hard drive - my back-up on my drive did not do the trick (it only partially recovered) while I have no other offline back-up. I need to access what's on Evernote Web and get that onto my hard drive version. FWIW, I haven't opened up Evernote on iOS via my iPhone to see what's there. Thanks in advance for any help.
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