can’t open .cdr files

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  1. slesuhtu

    slesuhtu TPF Noob!

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    I'm working with CorelDraw 9. I've been working on something for two months, it is 987Kb.


    Just when I was finishing the project, the file became corrupt.


    It upens up to 40% and then I receive the message "Error Reading myfile.cdr file".


    I tried importing it to a new cdr, it gets 74% done and then gives me the error message. When I click on accept, I receive an error message that says that it cannot import an empty document. I can see it in the preview box, though.


    I need a Corel programmer that could maybe open the file code and repair the problem.


    Can you help me?


     
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    Make use of .cdr restoration via WinZip, if it isn’t work, then refer to useful threads contained various tips and solutions CorelDraw Repair Toolbox

    Corel Draw creates a backup file of your drawings in case of unexpected software crashes. Crashes can occur as a result of a too many programs running at once, or a computer overheating. The backup file has an extension of .BAK and is created to help you recover corrupt or lost files.
    • Click “Start” located at the bottom of the screen and then click “Computer.” Windows Explorer launches.
    • Navigate to the C:/Program Files/Corel/Programs/Draw folder.
    • Double-click the .BAK file that matches the file name you are trying to recover. Your file launches in Corel Draw.
    • Click “File” from the top menu and then select “Save As.” Select “Corel Draw” in the “File Type” field and click “Save.”
     

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