iTunes and iPhone Backups...prevent data loss

If you have an iPhone and you have been unable to backup the device for a long time and you try to restore the content from a previous backup you may get the error:
"iTunes could not restore the iPhone X because the backup was corrupt or not compatiable with the iphone"
I found my solution by opening the file Info.plist in Wordpad in the following location:
C:Documents and SettingsArtic6Application DataApple ComputerMobileSyncBackupac848b2dd7ff613d2081ddfbb9ef0ac85a2eb679
You will find the information you are looking for in the first so called paragraph.....

        Build Version</key>
        5B108</string>
        Device Name</key>
        Artic6 iPhone</string>
        Display Name</key>
        Artic6 iPhone</string>
        GUID</key>
        B94F68A0B9CEB660715E5AF965206C0C</string>
        Last Backup Date</key>
        Product Type</key>
        iPhone1,2</string>
        Product Version</key>
        2.0.1</string>
        Serial Number</key>
        85827VVHY7H</string>
        Target Identifier</key>
        ac848b2dd7ff613d2081ddfbb9ef0ac85a2eb679</string>
        Target Type</key>
        Device</string>
        Unique Identifier</key>
        AC848B2DD7FF613D2081DDFBB9EF0AC85A2EB679</string>
        iTunes Files</key>
 

If you notice here that the product string is stated as v2.0.1 however I have version v2.0.2 installed on my iPhone so you need to download the v2.0.1 firmware to get this backup working!
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