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    vindalooman is offline Junior Member
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    Default "FileVersion is later then the current version"

    Heelo,
    I have downloaded your software to scan a "lost" hard disk;
    the scan took all night, after that I previewed some files and the result looked good... I saved the search and go to work.
    Tonight I have bought the licence code, activated the software and tried to load the (big) list and get the exception "FileVersion is later then the current version"

    What can I do to fix it?

    Btw, I have found the list in csv format, while the software only allows to load rsv files, so I renamed it... could it be this the problem? If so, how to have the software loading csv files?

    Sw version 4.6.6(884), registered
    OS Windows 7 Home Premium 32bits

    Please don't tell me I have to scan again the disk for another night

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    GDH
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    Hi,

    Saving as a CSV file just means that you are saving a list of file names in the search results screen. This feature was added because law enforcement agencies kept asking for a printout of file names that they could take to court.

    If you want to save the search results and then reload them at a later time, then in the top text menu of the program you need to select "Recover > Save Search" and save the search results to an rsv file. Then to load it, "Recover > Load Search".

    So yes, it looks like you need to run the search again.

    However, if you are trying to recover a formatted, RAW or corrupt drive, first have a look at the video and instructions on this page: Step by step guide and video to recovering data from a problem drive - it talks about stopping the search once the filesystem records number has gone up to a high number and then remains stable. This could cut down your search time to just a few hours.
    Graham Henley
    GetData Support Staff
    www.getdata.com
    www.recovermyfiles.com

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