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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2006 7:57 am    Post subject: Reconstruction Problem Reply with quote

Hi
i got a problem with OO. i was writing a file and didnt save it (not even once) and OO crashed. I tryed to open the OO writer again there came a document reconstruction window. it said to reconstruct the document press "start reconstruction". So i pressed the button and it said "reconstruction succeded" next to the filename (unnamed1) and the button at the bottom says "continue" now. when i click it OO doesnt start but a similar window window pops up and sais there was an error in OO and it has to close but my document has been saved and i can reconstruct it. And so the circle starts again.
Also if i press cancle and not "start reconstruction" the same error occurs.
My backup folder is emtpy.

OS: WinXP; OO version 2.0 (german)
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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2006 8:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ok i had to restart my pc.
i tryed to open OOwriter again after the restart and the reconstruction "succeded".
only that the reconstructed document is blank.
i guess waht i wrote is lost, right?
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