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Need Help Oh .ai file is damaged as can be restored?

Discussion in 'General Software' started by blackkkkfish, May 12, 2018.

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  1. blackkkkfish

    blackkkkfish New Member

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    Hello, sent to your email with a desktop computer file .ai (Adobe illustrator). Home downloaded, run, gives me that the file is corrupted and can not be opened. The computer at work was not mine, so I carried him out. Backup no ****ing= ((, What to do, as quickly as possible to restore it if at all possible?
     
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    You cannot fix corrupted AI files, but you can recover deleted files from source location with a recovery software like recuva . Do it quickly as once the HDD partition is overwritten by other files recovery is no more available.
     
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  4. chorizo

    chorizo New Member

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    Step 1

    Launch Adobe Illustrator. Click “File” and select "Open” from the context menu.

    Step 2

    Choose the file you want to recover in the file-navigation dialog. Highlight the file but do not open it.

    Step 3

    Press “Ctrl-Alt-Shift” on a Windows PC, or press the Command-Option-Shift” keys simultaneously on a Mac.

    Step 4

    Click “Open” while holding down the keys. A blank window will open. Close this window.

    Step 5

    Navigate to the directory containing your file with the work you want to recover. Open it and look for a copy of the original filename preceded by an underscore (“_”) character. This is your recovered file ready for editing.

    or you can try to use recover Illustrator online
     
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