Project Fix Toolbox

Microsoft Project Fix Tool for damaged Microsoft Project *.mpp files

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Fix a Project File

Fix Corrupt MS-Project File

Project Fix Toolbox is distributed by Fixprojecttool.com and designed to resolve various data corruption threats, affecting Microsoft Project files. The service of fix corrupted Project file Microsoft is really safe for MPP files in use therefore it can be installed on any computer regardless the privacy of stored information.

During the fix currupt Microsoft Project file process, all active connections are closed therefore there is no risk of data leakages and losing personal information.

Before you start using Project Fix Toolbox, take a look at the list of features, powered by fix MS Project corrupt file solution:

  • Fix Project file in any environment, including older hardware and not supported operating systems, including Windows 98;
  • Leaves the structure of MPP files untouched when performing fix corrupt MS-Project file;
  • Automatically recovers the integrity of Microsoft Project files, fix a Project file and rebuilds the structure of MPP documents;
  • Fixes known issues and repairs the internal structure of MPP documents by using heuristic algorithms;
  • Provides step by step explanations about how to open corrupted documents in Microsoft Project format;
  • Resolves any damage of MPP files and automatically converts affected data into clean files by using the same sequence of user actions;
  • Ensures the safety of MPP files by leaving the structure of Microsoft Project documents untouched;

Fix Corrupted Project File

Note: The program is not licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL) or GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Project Fix Toolbox is not open source software or a freeware tool. Project Fix Toolbox is distributed on the try-before-you-buy basis with a free DEMO version.
Requirements: You need to have Microsoft Project installed on your PC.
Note: The program does not recover password-protected *.mpp files.

System requirements: Windows 98 or higher

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Step I

Selection of a damaged file.

Step II

Analysis of the file and data recovery.

Step III

Viewing and saving the recovered data.