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Error reading a file.

Error reading a file.

Error reading a file.

Hi all
I tried to open one of my part files and it gives me a incident report which says: " ERROR - Problem reading document-Load operation failed and ERROR-Corrupted part document: features are missing in filename.CATpart (including mechanical part)".
I really dont' understand this and if I can't recover the file it will be hell of a job to be redone.
Thx for all in advance.

RE: Error reading a file.

try to clean the file with the CATDUAV5 utility

RE: Error reading a file.

If you copied the file into the new folder instead of using Save Management within Catia, it could cause this problem.  I have seen this on files copied from and NFS mounted Unix drive to the local PC drive.

RE: Error reading a file.

I tried cleaning the file using CATDUAV5 utility but still it doesn't work.
You are correct. I was making a rib feature (infact I have a big truss part with many ribs and other features) and it gave me error so I thought I will first save it as a another file in another directory which as u said would have caused the problem. But is there anyway to get it back.

Thx for all ur responses.

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