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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    Hello everyone, Knowing how to protect your research project is extremely important in scholarly work. In this video, I explained Nvivo's built-in project backup and recovery features as well as my best practices of avoiding data loss, especially when you are using a cloud service as your data backup preference. For detailed information of Nvivo's project backup and recovery features please refer here. I hope this helps, Please share your ideas using "write a review" button below. Regards,
  2. Hi guys, I accidentally deleted my entire project! although I still have a backup file( .nvb) I guess....how can I recover my project from there, does anyone know how ? PLZ help
  3. I can't access anymore two NVivo 12 projects I was working on with my Windows laptop and all that's left of them is .nvb local copies. I found in a previous forum discussion a link to a zip folder ("corrupt dummy projects") to help "resuscitate" the projects from their .nvb copies, but I could not open it when I clicked on it. Could you please help me find out a way to resolve this, I'd be very grateful.
  4. Hello all - thanks in advance for any help you can give. I am trying to recover a very substantial piece of work urgently. I have coded a number of PDFs in a project called p4 (attached). It will not open. I will paste the error message I get below. I have tried to recover the project by opening the recovery file - this does not work (NVivo crashes/closes). I downloaded the dummy project file for recovery. I got a message to say that recovery had been successful, but then NVivo crashes/closes again. Once again, thanks for any assistance or insight that an
  5. Guest

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    Hi, I have NVivo 11 pro and my laptop, Dell Inspiron 15 5000 is operating on windows 11. Every time I open a file on Nvivo it takes at least 10 minutes to open. After one hour of using the software, it always crashes and says 'not responding' resulting in the application closing down. I then have to reopen the software and use the recovery file. This is highly frustrating, especially since I purchased a new laptop that I was promised would be sufficient to run NVivo 11 pro. Does anyone else have the same issues? Is there anything I can do to resolve this? If no one is experiencing the same, co
  6. Hello - I had a project open when my computer suddenly restarted. When it turned back on, I attempted to open the file again and a window informed me that it had been damaged and asked if I would like to try to repair it. It was unable to be repaired and prompted me to restore from a recovery file which I did. Unfortunately, the recovery file is missing about half the work I did and I'm quite distressed. Is there any way I might recover this work? My project and related files are stored on OneDrive, and I wonder if this has sometime to do with my problem.
  7. Hi there, I was doing a large project (around 500MB) and it suddenly deleted and vanished. I looked in the NVivo recovery file and found an NVB File with the appropriate time stamp which is the project I was working on. However, when converting the file in NVivo to open it, it says the conversion is not possible. I am also unable to attach this file to this email as the max size is 0.49 MB and the file is 0.52 MB. How do I recover the project if it is even possible? Any help would be greatly appreciated Regards, Robin
  8. Hi folks, Any help would be amazing. My laptop imploded and the latest version of the project I have, in the NVivo 10 Recovery folder is an NVB file. So, when I try to open it, I'm told it's an invalid file. Freaking out a little bit as there's a fair chunk of work lost if I can't recover it!
  9. The project I am leading ran into some trouble when the file wasn't saved properly one night before the computer shutdown. It was further complicated when the .nvp file wouldn't open the next day, so the student doing the coding re-downloaded the original .nvp file and saved OVER the original .nvp file. A total waste of a full day of pouring over the sources My question is: what data is likely held in the .nvb file? Is there any possible way to access the work that is in the .nvb file? Thank you!
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