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Recover a Drawing File


Best Answer mendezfremar , 18 August 2015 - 10:19 AM

Is there a .bak that isn't too old, that may be your easiest option, did your system crash? there may be an automatic backup file if you have that option enabled, look at the support path for autom... Go to the full post »


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Registered forum members do not see this ad. I have a .dwg file that i can not open. I opend Autocad and did a recover and still can not access the Drawing File. The system does not have a saved file How can I recover the bad .dwg file.?


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Hello alexrapish  :welcome:

 

Did you try this 


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Is there a .bak that isn't too old, that may be your easiest option, did your system crash? there may be an automatic backup file if you have that option enabled, look at the support path for automatic backups which should be listed under - options - files - automatic save file location - probably something like C:Users\username\Appdata\Local\Temp\Filename.sv$
or read more here: https://grabcad.com/...sage-in-autocad


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