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How to return a part of a graphic object?

I was editing bulk graphics in AutoCAD when a crash occurred. I just unloaded my photo-work done the day before, into the program for further processing and overlay, but after a failure in AutoCAD, I now do not see a few photos. This is impossible, because I didn’t delete them accurately, they combed it out on their own.

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Can you view the file here, using Autodesk's online file viewer? If not, then it's probably corrupt.

• Go into the same folder as the DWG file, and look for the same named file, but with a .BAK file extension (You need to have file extension TURNED ON).

• This is the last save before your last save.

• Then rename that file from BAK to DWG and try that one.

• If that doesn't work, then go into your %temp% folder (in the address bar of Windows Explorer, type in %TEMP% and press enter).

• Sort by date and look for a file name similar to your original file, but with a .SV$ file extension.

• Rename that to .DWG and try it.

• This is your last Autosave file (it may not exist)

• If that does not work, look for the same named file in the %TEMP% folder with a .BAK file extension.

• This will be your next to last autosave file. It may not exist either.

• If it does, rename dwg file and try to open it.

Source that tell you how to repair dwg file:

https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/a...

http://www.thesourcecad.com/recover-dama...

http://www.dbf.repair/

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