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How to make .mpp file restoration?

By rafegordon ·
I've been working with my project file during many hours. I saved it, after in couple days opened it, I wanted to continue my work. And it didn't open.

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You have the option to repair on line

by stevencannon In reply to How to make .mpp file res ...

http://www.mpp.repair/

MPP Repair Kit repairs corrupted Project files (.mpp).
Supported Project versions: 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002 and 2000.
The recovered data is saved into an XML file (and an MPP file for Project 2000) ready for import.

Features:
- Recovers tasks, task relationships
- Recovers resources
- Recovers relationships between resources and tasks


MS Project Recovery Free
This tool can help recover MPP files guided by an interface wizard. You do not need to be an expert to complete the recovery process; comparative beginners also would be able to complete the process fairly easily. As is usual with most recovery tool, this too will scan the file to determine the damage and then recover the content.

Visit:- http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/project/106-​project-files-keep-getting-corrupted-and-i-can-t-open

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Recover project file

by ericschweizer In reply to How to make .mpp file res ...

I hope your file was successfully opened:)

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Project Server Recovery

by HelenGraves In reply to How to make .mpp file res ...

Project Server Recovery is the whole-new comprehensive solution of database recovery launched to facilitate users in recovery of infected MS Project Server data.

Read More:- http://www.filesrecoverytools.com/project-server-recovery.html

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mpp file restoration

by social2 In reply to How to make .mpp file res ...

Hi,

You can go for http://www.projectserverrepair.com and download Kernel for Project Server Recovery tool that can effectively deal with all corruption issues from MS Project Server ot try http://www.project.recoverytoolbox.com/ or try http://www.nucleustechnologies.com/kernel-project-server.html

Hope this helps.

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