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Incorrect File Structure

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I was working on a bunch of files yesterday just fine, came back to open them today and I get this message: Incorrect File Structure …

 

Why would I be getting this? I've has this a couple times previously with S22 but put it down to a crash… This time I've had no crash, I saved and closed the files in a normal way in S22 and now it no longer wants to open them. If the file structure is incorrect, S22 has made an error when saving them .

 

Edit: so I just tried opening the files in R21 and they open… but they don't open in S22… Is anyone at MAXON able to shed some light on this, please?

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you can try to open them in R21, select all and copy to new file, save, and try opening in S22.

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Hey man, hope you're well… 

Yeah, they opened in R21 so I resaved them and they opened in S22… I think this was an X Particles thing, I was using an older XP build … I've updated my XP so hopefully it won't happen again.

 

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I get this all the time. I have only recently started with C4D and i'm gettting this problem more that I should. At first i thought it was down to a crash but i've had it in all sorts of ways, with crash, no crash, files straight from a learning site, etc....MAXON do help and repair the file for you but i can't be depending on them to fix my files all the time. This problem strangely spreads to other files within the same folder. I've also had it on a Mac and on my brand new PC with RedShift.

I've been able to recover the file opening R21 a couple of times but some other times, this system didnt work

I really can't live like this!! HELP!!!

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