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    Hello,It has thefollowing problems, today I was not able to open the file in Adobe Illustrator19.0 application gives the following error: "The file is damaged and couldnot be repaired."How to open the imagewithout loss of data in the file?
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    It's probably that you have not saved the file correctly, thus it became corrupted.

    I would advise making a backup and check the website below if you want to have any chances of recovering the file.

    https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/...tor-files.html

    If you are still struggling, go here (similar issue)
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1052...art=0&tstart=0
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    When your .AI file is hardly damaged, you may refer to powerful solution Recovery Toolbox for Illustrator

    I've discovered a fix that worked for me in un-corrupting corrupt adobe Illustrator files - quite by accident. Hope this helps someone!
    Requires Acrobat (not just the Reader).
    Works on (and was tested in) Illustrator version 10 and all CS versions.
    >Open the corrupt file in Acrobat.
    >Take the arrow tool.
    >Click on any element or text in the document.
    >Just move the object by hitting one of the directional arrows on your keyboard.
    >File, Save.
    >Open the file in Illustrator.
    >It will say 'this file has been modified outside of Illustrator' or something to that effect. it will ask if you want to keep changes.
    >Say 'Yes' (or OK)
 
 
 
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