AutoCAD DWG File Recovery

Why You Should Be Wary Of a Sudden Increase in DWG File Size

In this post, we examine the key causes of a sudden change in DWG file size, its effect on the affected document, and the best actions to take to avert data loss. It is not uncommon for DWG files to increase in file size, even when no additional data has been added to it. In most cases, this is a sign that the file has been corrupted.   What causes a sudden increase in DWG file size? There are several reasons the size of a DWG file can end up being larger than it should....

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3 Important Ways to Prevent Your DWG Files from Corruption

This article examines the best practices to keep your DWG files healthy. It also highlights a quick fix on how to recover your files should they get corrupt. If you are a design professional, you understand how tasking it is to produce quality drawings. Unfortunately, DWG files get corrupted easily. If you do not take measures to protect your files, they will be damaged beyond recovery. Do not worry though, we will show you what you can do to keep your DWG files healthy. When working...

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How to Solve “Drawing File Is Not Valid” Error in AutoCAD

A common error message that AutoCAD users see is the message that a “Drawing file is not valid”. This can occur when you are trying to open a file. We discuss the possible reasons for this error and what to do about it. AutoCAD is one of the most popular computer-aided drawing programs out there, used by architects and engineers to create and share blueprints and technical drawings. AutoCAD files contain vital data that are needed in construction projects as well as the creation...

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