Reviving a "Broken" Program
I had a 3D Modeling program on my parent's computer called SolidEdge. Some genius decided to come help them by cleaning up their PC. He was under the impression that you could move a program to an external drive, delete a bunch of junk on the PC, and them move the program back and have it work fine.
He was wrong.
Program doesn't work and I really need to be able to use this go forward and get access to my previous projects. Would a system restore have any chance of reviving the mayhem he caused?
Why can't it be purchased? It is about 10 versions old and it was an academic version my teacher gave me in high school for homework ect. Files created in an Academic version cannot be opened in a professional version. If that was not so I would look into buying it (and I may anyway once I get my old projects back), but it wouldn't accomplish all of what I need at this time.
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