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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 1, 1996

Repairing a Corrupted File

Question:
Not knowing that my hard disk was almost full, I tried to load a VB MAK file that I had created in VB3. When I did, a message said that there was not enough memory. During the process, I lost part of my file. Is there a way to get it back?

Answer:
If the file was saved as a text file, you might be able to open it in Notepad and copy some of the text out of it to put into a new form. Basically, there is no good way to fix a corrupted file. The best solution is to keep backups, but at this point, it is too late.

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