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  1. Good to hear. I'm sure after all this you'll...

    Good to hear. I'm sure after all this you'll agree that you learned a valuable lesson or two from the experience. Thanks for updating us.
  2. Did you do that search I recommended re: recover...

    Did you do that search I recommended re: recover deleted file?
  3. Does CCleaner send the deleted files to the...

    Does CCleaner send the deleted files to the Windows Recycle Bin?

    Do an Internet search on this: "recover a deleted file" and see what comes up. Maybe you'll get lucky.
  4. It's been several years since I last "undeleted"...

    It's been several years since I last "undeleted" a file and I did it from a command prompt using a small undelete program I got from the makers of Norton Utilities as I used to run their antivirus...
  5. System Restore will not be of any use to you...

    System Restore will not be of any use to you because it deals with the Windows Registry not with things like drawing files.

    Yes, there are ways supposedly deleted files can be resurrected. When...
  6. Click on the link below. Do a screen capture...

    Click on the link below. Do a screen capture then print it out and hang it on the wall next to your computer.
    ...
  7. Not that I can think of. The only files worth...

    Not that I can think of. The only files worth playing with are .dwg, .bak and .sv$.
  8. I guess you'll have to recreate that drawing then...

    I guess you'll have to recreate that drawing then since it appears you can't open it and it can't be recovered.
  9. I wasn't talking about the corrupted drawing with...

    I wasn't talking about the corrupted drawing with the xrefs in it. The OTHER corrupted drawing.

    Don't tell me that both drawings utilized xrefs did they?
  10. I did not tell you to put the drawing in a...

    I did not tell you to put the drawing in a separate folder.

    Open a NEW AutoCAD drawing. Stop.

    Invoke the INSERT command. Stop.

    Browse to the folder where the corrupted drawing is located...
  11. You insert it just as you would any drawing via...

    You insert it just as you would any drawing via the INSERT command.

    Don't you back up your drawing files to a server, CD/DVD or flash drive?
  12. Is there a .BAK file for the drawing you cannot...

    Is there a .BAK file for the drawing you cannot open?

    Have you tried inserting the drawing that won't open into a new drawing?
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