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i download from zipp**. i cheked up and its still fine then i copied to my flashdisk. I open it on my own PC and it got corrupted all of my file (RAR only) that i got that time.
I worked a few days under the presentation in PowerPoint. I did not turn-off PC. The computer just went into sleep mode. Once again, at the beginning of the working day, the computer did not start correctly from a sleep mode.
After restart of PC, the presentation stop to open in PowerPoint.
I have lost connection for Exchange Server and lost possibility to work with OST file with contacts and emails.
RT Outlook helps to convert OST to PST.
I changed a large number of graphic objects in an Adobe Photoshop project from ordinary to smart objects.
As a result, I can open the PSD file, but it can not be saved.
in my initial cotact/report yesterday, I have already mentioned that the DB (MS Access) crashed while a power outage!
After restarting the PC and the Access DB, the mentioned error is displayed and the DB was not usable anymore.
My PSD file was damaged after my HP laptop crashed while the file was open in Photoshop CC because of VIDEO_MEMORY_MANAGEMENT_INTERNAL. Those crashes have started to happen periodically and usually cause the computer to restart with no other noticeable damage (except for one PSD file which got corrupted). I have yet to have the time to contact HP or Windows 10 team in regard of the cause of these crash.
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Ransomeware attacked my computer
I was managing a very large mailbox (morethan 15000 messages), moving messages into other subfolders. I was using the search tool to select specific messages and moving them from there. While doing so, Outlook Express hung and I had to shut it down and restart it. After that, most messages in the large mailbox were no longer there.
We're not sure what happened. My husband is a teacher and works from the files on a flash drive. Last September he could no longer access this file. It is a PowerPoint file for his entire Government course. It took him months to create this file and he is desperate to recover the file. I recently backed up all his other files for him so this wouldn't happen to any of the other files on the flash drive.
Thank you for your interest in respect to the damaged excel file. I created that (rather large) file with Microsoft Excel office 2000 using Windows XP. It is not the first time that it had occurred. In all those cases I did not save the file onto my computer, but saved it directly onto the external memory device (Seagate). The error did never occur if I saved onto my computer. The next day, when I tried to open the file the error message “not enough memory” popped up. It was impossible to open (renaming the file didn’t help). With recovery toolbox I was able to recover the data (data of the past day were complete, older data not). Fortunately I had older saved versions and could recover the entire document at the end.