RE: damaged .NSF file Rich Schwartz 28.Mar.15 08:57 PM a Web browser General 7.0.1 FP1Windows 98
Restore the latest backup. If it says the file is truncated, that means the actual physical length of the file on disk is shorter than it is supposed to be. That means that the operating system has de-allocated physical disk blocks that should be in the file. No recovery tool that operates below the level of the full disk will get them back. If there's been activity on the disk since they were de-allocated, those blocks are likely to have been allocated to other files and overwritten. If they haven't been reallocated or otherwise overwritten, then it's conceivable - but highly unlikely - that a disk recovery specialist might be able to identify them. It's much more likely that they will take your money and tell you that they tried but failed. So restore from backup.