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" WD Sync could not save your data"

I tried to open up a file but the messaqe " WD Sync could not save your data" keeps popping up. I just opened up the file last week and it was fine. How can I retrieve the information again? At some point the file was saved so I don't understand how it disappeared. It is an excel spreadsheet.

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Try doing the same procedure remove it slowly and slowly reinsert properly and then see.

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Hi-

You can actually try to reopen file when you click on File "open", then look for recent documents, then open the file if you can find it on the list, one other thing is to restore computer from the date you can actually open the file, but if you have a backup file for it, then restoring will be the last option.

Keep me posted if you need more assistance. Have a nice day!!

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