Validating quicken file
Basically the problem occurred in my old computer Windows XP version Quicken basic 99.
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If the Validate utility detects damage within the file, Quicken prompts you to view the data log in Notepad.
The data log records which parts of your data were repaired.
This particular problem was caused by bad blocks on a failing SSD, but it could have just as easily been a bad HDD.
If you have questions about this process, feel free to comment below and I will try to help! Can not read 4096 bytes starting at 235515904 bytes: Data error (cyclic redundancy check).
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🙂 .\Force-Copy.ps1 -Source File Path “G:\Quicken14\Quicken2014. QDF” -Destination File Path “C:\recovered_quicken_file.qdf” Starting copying of G:\Quicken14\Quicken-2014. Can not read 4096 bytes starting at 235520000 bytes: Data error (cyclic redundancy check).
Can not read 4096 bytes starting at 235524096 bytes: Data error (cyclic redundancy check).
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