The way file corrupt is not due to the file but due to the media. Back as
far as 14. Were you storing them on floppies. They are notorious for going
The only way to make sure you're going to have a copy 10-15 years later is
to make multiple backups. That way there is a good chance one will be good.
When I take a project off the server. I like to have at least 3 backups. Now
all is CD/DVD and our IT tapes daily, weekly & Monthly.
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I Have a problem with several DWG files, most of them are invalid.
Those files was stored for a long time ago (ACAD 14, 2000 2002....2006), and
now we have ACAD 2007 and when open a File a message appears "Invalid File".
There is a way to store the DWG file an ensure that the file did not corrupt
and be able to open 10 years after???
PD: The Autodesk support in southamerica is bad, the reseller's in Chile
don't have the technical knowledge.