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Old 07-12-2020, 09:23 PM
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Default Restoring local projects after windows reinstall

Hi,

I have seen that a few people have had this problem but I'm yet to find a solution posted anywhere. Please link if it's been answered elsewhere.

My computer wouldn't start so I had to have a repairer back up, format and reinstall windows. I still have all of the files that saved locally but PT First will not open them. I can hear them in wav. format and even drop those files into a new project. However, I can't open the original project and to get everything arranged as it was will take a long time.

Is there an easier way where I can open the file in the form that I orginally created it before the reinstall?

Thank you for your time and consideration.
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