AutoCAD is software that is used for designing as well as creating the plans of the buildings, structures dams and many more. It has become an important part from the industrial point of view, as the engineers are using it to design the structure of the machine, transformers, motors; architectures are using it for designing the building structures. It can also used for individual purpose as well. This Autocad Files are generally saved in .dwg format, and it can be saved in any storage devices such as memory card, flash drive, hard drive and many more. It has been seen that memory card has been many used for storing these files as they are small in size and at the same time they are capable of storing large amount of data. Memory card are available in the market of various storage capacity such as 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB.
Bow suppose the AutoCAD file that is saved in the card gets corrupt, damaged or lost then in that case, it can be recovered with the help of third party application. But before that you have to keep few important things in mind when the file gets damaged or lost. You should not use the card till the file is recovered, as it is still present in the card in raw format. If you continue to use the card, then in that case the new data would overlap the old data and then the recovery of file would become impossible.
Reasons responsible for deletion or corruption of AutoCAD file
Here are the lists of reasons that are responsible for AutoCAD files getting damaged
- You should be very careful when you are using this card on multiple devices, as it may lead to corruption of data.
- You should take out the card from the computer only after selecting the eject option from it.
- You should protect your card from getting infected by virus, as it may lead to corruption of data.
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