Question #216105 on sbackup changed:

Osmo Laitinen posted a new comment:
Bad luck and as Anton said, without access to your pc it is hard to say
what is going on. Anyway, Linux installation doesn't remove just some
data from other partitions. I think, by default those sbackup files
should be visible other than root user and certainly they should be
visible in Windows, I'd assume.

A few hints for the future:
1. have a separate /home (/data /whatever) partition which isn't touched during 
update/new installation. In that way you have all your data safe (unless you 
want to change filesystem).
2. have backups on external disk (local disk or other partition may have 
issues, as you unfortunately noticed)
3. have backups somewhere else (ie. cloud).

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