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10 years ago
Thanks so much for the reply. I've been waiting a while for it. So do you really think that if I for instance saved the file onto a floppy disk and tried it out on another PC it would work? I'm not sure... I really hope I can fix this. There is a down side to the advantages of the present!
On the offical FL site there is a utility to remove the plug-in references from an FLP. This might help you get it open where you can then re-apply the plugs and re-save with a new name.
9 years ago
decided to wrote a simple program (read the "readme.txt" on the zip for extra recovery tips..)that automatically "try to" recover broken FLStudio Files.hope this helpMichele BerardiSystem Developerhttp://berardimichele.interfree.it
8 years ago
Only thing i can come up with is uploading your file soemwhere like http://www.yourfilehost.com/ and let someone like me try if i can open it and maybe save it as a new file.Otherwise, .... your work is gone. Thats what you're dealing when you deal with computer, its never 100% secure, like in the old days: when you recorded something, it satyed there on the tape untill someone over recorded it.
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