Currently Being ModeratedNov 16, 2012 10:40 AM (in response to iAppleGirl)
If you've previously synced the iPad with iTunes on your computer, you can check there for a backup. Just connect the iPad to the computer and right click it in the source list, then choose restore from backup.
I don't think you'll ba able to use that iCloud backup, see this article -> iCloud: Troubleshooting restore issues with iCloud Backup
Error: "Your iPhone cannot be restored because there is a problem with your backup data. Choose a different backup to restore from."
Your Backup does not appear to be usable. If you receive this alert, you should check the iCloud System Status at the iCloud Support website to make sure there are not any issues occurring with iCloud Backup. If there is not a widespread issue notated on the iCloud System Status, the error may self-resolve if you wait several minutes and try again. If issues persist, you should contact iCloud Support via the iCloud Support website.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 7, 2013 4:16 AM (in response to iAppleGirl)
What if you get the "iPad couldn't restore due to corruption"? That might be because of a difference in the iOS or simple because the previous backup process wasn't fully successful. Then I might recommend you to take a look at the http://www.ipadconverter-mac.com/restore-ipad-from-backup/. Also I would love to see you picking up such a subject, how we can deal with corrupt backups. Cheers!