You can also manually mount
a recovery point as a drive by opening your backup destination
folder in Windows Explorer.
You can use Windows
Explorer to search the contents of the recovery point. For example,
if you cannot remember where a particular file was originally
stored, you can use the Explorer search feature to locate the file,
just as you would locate a file on your hard drive.
To mount a recovery point from Windows
In Windows Explorer,
navigate to a recovery point.
The recovery point is
located in the storage location that you selected when you defined
Right-click the recovery
point, and then click Mount.
In the Mount Recovery Point
window, under the Drive Label column, select the drive that you
want to mount.
In the Drive letter list,
select the letter that you want to associate with the drive.
To mount additional drives,
repeat steps 1-5 above.