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Convert generic extension file to Excel format


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AlexZib

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Hello!

I have files with some generic extension .bsi and .asi and looking for a way to convert it to Excel readable format.

Some friend told me the file might be serialized...

I'm not a programmer, that's why ask for a guidance, some friendly way to convert the file.

Couldn't upload the file to the topic

 

Thanks in advance

 


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You would have to zip up a .bsi or .asi file to upload it.  7-zip works nicely and is free of malware:  https://www.7-zip.org/

 

Have you tried opening it in wordpad?  Does it show any text?


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Thank you for your response.

Yes, I opened it with Notepad ++ and it shows gibberish, somebody told me it might be a serialized text. I attached the zipped folder. Could you look at it please?

 

 

 
 

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Sorry, here is the zip

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Any idea where these files came from or what program generated them?


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It's ultrasonic equipment generated files.

 

Here you can find the software ISONIC 2010 setup.zip that I work with to open this files, but only in graphic representation. 

 

http://www.sonotronndt.com/support.htm


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I looked at the manual and it appears it's a proprietary format so I think your only chance is to talk to the maker, explain what you need and see if they can help you.  I can see how keeping a record of results in a spreadsheet would be useful so probably they would be inclined to add the feature.


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Yep, I talked to the company official. They want incredible price for the converter...

Anyway, thank you for taking a look!


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