So sometime Friday evening, my iPad 4 started rebooting every three minutes (+- 10 seconds). I saw some people online had success deleting apps til they found the one causing the problem, so I started there. I backed up before I'd deleted too many, so that I wouldn't lose all my data. I hadn't backed up in three months before that (I know, I know). Unfortunately, I got down to deleting all my apps and it was still rebooting every three minutes. So now I'm trying to restore it (although my first restore attempt got an error -1, so we'll see if that even works). Unfortunately, it had to download the latest iOS update before restoring. I left it plugged in while it did that, and didn't notice at first that every time it rebooted it started syncing again (because the "downloading" message was covering up the "syncing" message). By the time I noticed, it had already created a new backup. I tried Restore from Backup, and it no longer lists my backup from yesterday. The most recent one (besides the current one, which is a backup of an iPad with no apps on it) is from 3 months ago. Is there ANY hope for finding a backup that's been "overwritten" by a more recent backup? I'm ok with the command line if that will let me dig deeper.