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FontLab 5.0.4 corrupted file

Dear Sir/Madam
 
The following problem occurred during my work in FontLab studio 5.0.4 Mac OSX: my computer broke down. I managed to save the following file that I am sending you as an attachment and I ask you if you can help me in any way I would be very grateful.
When I try to open the file in the fontlab I get this message “Import failed for the following reason: FontLab Font File is corrupted and cannot be opened. Use backup copy of the font file.” Because the computer is broken I do not have access to the file so this is my only chance to get my font. Do you have any idea or some means of how to recover the file or part of it?
Thank you very much in advance.
Lasko Dzurovski

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