Error in PowerPoint key format
Are there any tools to repair damaged PowerPoint files. There was a working presentation, I did it for about a week, everything is always fine, then when I finished I decided to drag it from the desktop to the local disk, drag it and turn off the com. Then two days later I open it and “PIPETS” it does not work. Some kind of error is written in the key format. What kind of nonsense is this? Used already attempt to transport data. It did not help to recover data from a damaged file. I tried to create a new file and then import the data, but nothing happened either ... Does anyone know any possibilities to restore this?
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Answered on September 21, 2015 00:36
If this happens Use tmp files. Whenever a file is damaged or deleted, there is a temporary aka TMP file available in the system. You must find him. If the tmp file is in a good location, you can repair the damaged powerpoint file. This can be a difficult task for a novice or non-technical user to perform, as it may require a lot of technical knowledge.