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*Luedke, Matt
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Bad File Help

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07-09-2003 05:21 AM
My PC decided to restart on its own, I was in AutoCAD at the time and when I
try to reopen the file it needs recovery but won't recover. I tried to add
it as a block in a new file and it says it an invalid file, same goes for
xref. Anyone know if I can try anything else.

Matt
*Page, Jon
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Re: Bad File Help

07-09-2003 06:17 AM in reply to: *Luedke, Matt
There should be a backup file with the .bak extension or possibly an
autosave file that you could use. It is very strange that the xref is bad.
Were you in the middle of a refedit of the xref? Otherwise that file was
not open for writing at the time your computer shutdown and should not be
affected.
Have you had problems with any other files since the restart occurred?
What operating system are you using?

Jon
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"Matt Luedke" wrote in message
news:028A25C0FE9AF1AD69DE7ACC72A88834@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> My PC decided to restart on its own, I was in AutoCAD at the time and when
I
> try to reopen the file it needs recovery but won't recover. I tried to add
> it as a block in a new file and it says it an invalid file, same goes for
> xref. Anyone know if I can try anything else.
>
> Matt
>
>
*Luedke, Matt
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07-09-2003 06:19 AM in reply to: *Luedke, Matt
The backup is several hours old, and the autosave is missing. I tried to add
the file as an xref to recover it but that didn't work also. So I'm stuck
unless some one another option to try.


"Jon Page" wrote in message
news:18C3C84F4A4F058876912F8B9BCCFC0E@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> There should be a backup file with the .bak extension or possibly an
> autosave file that you could use. It is very strange that the xref is
bad.
> Were you in the middle of a refedit of the xref? Otherwise that file was
> not open for writing at the time your computer shutdown and should not be
> affected.
> Have you had problems with any other files since the restart occurred?
> What operating system are you using?
>
> Jon
> autodesk
> "Matt Luedke" wrote in message
> news:028A25C0FE9AF1AD69DE7ACC72A88834@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > My PC decided to restart on its own, I was in AutoCAD at the time and
when
> I
> > try to reopen the file it needs recovery but won't recover. I tried to
add
> > it as a block in a new file and it says it an invalid file, same goes
for
> > xref. Anyone know if I can try anything else.
> >
> > Matt
> >
> >
>
>

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