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Well, that's too bad. I had a similar issue way back when I was
using LogWindows. Turned out it was only the last QSO that
corrupted the file though. I was able to bake a backup and then
convert it into ADIF format. But this occurred sometime ago.
Have you ran any disc diagnostics? You might have a disk that is
On 9/10/2019 3:16 PM, Joe Stepansky
reason it appears the log file is corrupted. QSOs end in
February 2008 (even though the file is dated 8/30/2019), and
there are a lot more after that. The software doesn’t want
to read my backups, either. I’m not sure what happened, but
here I am. I’ve reinstalled the software with no luck.
73, Joe KQ3F
What logging program do you use? Have you checked if there
is a way to back up your log , or export it to a ADIF file?
This may be the easiest method.
On 9/10/2019 2:50 PM, Joe Stepansky
I may be giving up on my current logging
software, as it no longer seems to want to accurately load
my current log or any of my backups.
But I have my entire log on LOTW. Is
there a way to download my entire log as an ADIF? Not just
QSOs that have been QSLed, but ALL 133,000+ QSOs dating back
to 1983? I realize I’ll probably have to download it in
chunks. Thanks for any help!
73, Joe KQ3F