Removing the contents or changing the name of a subject file from outside the LXSoftware software program usually causes corrupt files. If you have changed the name from outside the program, then rename it back to the original name (make sure it is exactly the same as the original). If you have deleted any of the contents then make sure to replace them if possible (from your recycle bin). If neither of these methods work you need to move the entire file out of the Pffolder and send it to Lafayette to have it fixed.
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Question Last Updated on: 6/7/2007
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