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I tried posting to homesite forum, but they seem to have one post per week there. Running Homesite on a VMWare session, which froze, and the page I had open in Homesite was lost. Don't know why. I had saved it. But when I rebooted, it was simply 21k of spaces. If this were a Word doc, I know if would dump a file for recovery, but does Homesite do such a thing? I can't find it when I search my HD for it. Hate to see about 16 hours of work go down the tubes because of this. Running ...

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    Default OT recover ASP file

    I tried posting to homesite forum, but they seem to have one post per week
    there.

    Running Homesite on a VMWare session, which froze, and the page I had open
    in Homesite was lost. Don't know why. I had saved it. But when I rebooted,
    it was simply 21k of spaces. If this were a Word doc, I know if would dump a
    file for recovery, but does Homesite do such a thing? I can't find it when I
    search my HD for it. Hate to see about 16 hours of work go down the tubes
    because of this.

    Running this on Windows 2000 Server inside a VMWare session. The machine's
    real OS is XP Pro.



    middletree Guest

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    What version of Homesite? I use 5.0 and it has an
    automatic backup feature. Do not remember if previous
    versions ad that or not.


    John



    >-----Original Message-----
    >I tried posting to homesite forum, but they seem to have
    one post per week
    >there.
    >
    >Running Homesite on a VMWare session, which froze, and
    the page I had open
    >in Homesite was lost. Don't know why. I had saved it. But
    when I rebooted,
    >it was simply 21k of spaces. If this were a Word doc, I
    know if would dump a
    >file for recovery, but does Homesite do such a thing? I
    can't find it when I
    >search my HD for it. Hate to see about 16 hours of work
    go down the tubes
    >because of this.
    >
    >Running this on Windows 2000 Server inside a VMWare
    session. The machine's
    >real OS is XP Pro.
    >
    >
    >
    >.
    >
    John Beschler Guest

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    Default Re: OT recover ASP file

    5+

    You are correct, it does have it, and I was saved. Thanks


    "John Beschler" <gilesgeewhiz.com> wrote in message
    news:027501c3578e$da64fd90$a301280aphx.gbl...
    > What version of Homesite? I use 5.0 and it has an
    > automatic backup feature. Do not remember if previous
    > versions ad that or not.
    >
    >
    > John
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > >-----Original Message-----
    > >I tried posting to homesite forum, but they seem to have
    > one post per week
    > >there.
    > >
    > >Running Homesite on a VMWare session, which froze, and
    > the page I had open
    > >in Homesite was lost. Don't know why. I had saved it. But
    > when I rebooted,
    > >it was simply 21k of spaces. If this were a Word doc, I
    > know if would dump a
    > >file for recovery, but does Homesite do such a thing? I
    > can't find it when I
    > >search my HD for it. Hate to see about 16 hours of work
    > go down the tubes
    > >because of this.
    > >
    > >Running this on Windows 2000 Server inside a VMWare
    > session. The machine's
    > >real OS is XP Pro.
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >.
    > >

    middletree Guest

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