you need
  • Microsoft Word
  • Word Pad
Guide
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you work in Microsoft Word.Restart the computer and open Microsoft Word.The program must send a request to you all unsaved data in its format.Open the files and find the most complete version of the document you were working on before the crash.It will be marked in brackets as "recovery".Save the data to another document, once you find what you need.
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If the request does not appear, click on the "Tools" tab in the MS Word, and then "Options."On the "Save" must be the "File Locations" it should be the path to the location of all unsaved files that were unexpectedly closed due to hardware failure or software.In Word 2007, you are looking for
a path through the Microsoft Office button, click Options, and Word.The path is marked in the tab "Save".
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If you do not put a tick in the box "Autosave every n minutes", firstly, urgently correct this omission, and secondly try to restore a file to forcibly.Call the panel to open files, choose your lost document and clicking on the arrow in the lower right corner of the button "Open", select the "Open and Repair."
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If this does not work, have to try to find and recover the file manually.To do this, go back to the desktop, click the Start button and scroll to search.In the search, select "or part of the file name as a whole", and enter * .ASD.Refine your search "My Computer" and click "Find."If the computer will find your file, which will have the name "name dokumenta.asd lost" back in Word.Sign in and open documents in the "Files of type" select "All Files (*. *)".Among the list of documents find your file with the extension.asd and open it.Restart the computer, start Word, and if the left side of the screen will reflect your document, save it immediately.
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Perhaps it does not help.Then you should try to find a file among temporary, with extension tmp.It will have to turn again to search for the computer, but the parameters of the file set * .TMP and chevrons next to "When to recent changes?" Specify a date.If the document is found, return to Word.Call the panel to open files, choose your lost document and clicking on the arrow in the lower right corner of the button "Open" again, choose "Open and Repair."
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Even if in this case the document has not been found, there is hope - some computer stores temporary files, their names starting with a tilde (~).In the "Search" change "or part of the file name entirely" with the * .TMP on ~ *. *.And leaving the same dates in the parameters of the changes, start a new search.With the found documents should do the same as in the previous case.
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you worked in any other program for creating documents.

Open Word Pad menu "Accessories" in the "Start" menu.Click "File" and then click "Open."Enter the name of the missing file.When the program prompts you to convert the file, select "No".In the menu, click "Save" to save the recovered file using WordPad and click «OK».