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Old 07-05-2013, 05:56 AM
charmalique charmalique is offline
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Default Trouble openging a not file

I've been working on a music score called Is This True Love for a few days, but when I tried to open up it's not file like I usually do, I get this message.

File Is This True Love.not could not be opened according to its expected format.

I have saved the file a few times before this error message occurred. I was half way done with the score when it happened. I've tried updating the software and I still get the same message when I retried the file.

Any solutions to this problem without redoing the score all over again? What cause this and are there any ways to to prevent it from happening again?

I appreciate any prompt responses, advice, and suggestions. Thank you

Charmalique
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