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Invalid geomtric data. File corrupted.

Invalid geomtric data. File corrupted.

Invalid geomtric data. File corrupted.

Hello everyone,

I work with Catia V5 Service pack 7 Build Number 24.
I am writing this post after try many ways to solve it and not find the solution.
The problem is that I have a .catpart file I can´t open. I have been working on it before ( in December ) without problems, and yesterday I tried to open it and I saw this error message.

Error Invalid geometric data. Document //server....(filename).CATPart cannot be read due to The stream can not be read: invalid data format. Accesing/Reading stream ?? failed with errno (??,??). Check the specified filename (or binary/ascii ftp protocol)...

Error Problem while reading document. Load operatin failed.

Error File corrupted

Error Invalid data. Not editor associated.

Warning The document has lost geometrical sub-elements.

It´s not a version problem.IT´s not a license problem. It´s not a filename problem. It´s not a file path problem. I tried with Catdua unsuccesfully.

If anyone knows how to solve it I would be really grateful because I spent many hours and I don´t get to the solution.

Thanks in advance.


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