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    Unknown format!

    Why my more than 100 MFA files can't be loaded, and the following error message appears. Does anyone know?
    Error-x-1.pngError-x-2.png
    receive.mfaError-x-2.pngError-x-1.png

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    Same issue here. Could it be your MFAs are somehow corrupted?

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    So many corrupted files at same time sounds really worrying. Your hard drive could be failing and/or about to die.

    Sometimes Clickteam are able to salvage data/assets from users corrupt .mfa files. But that's a longshot.

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    There are no errors in my hard disk. These files have been backed up to three hard disks at the same time. There is also a dvd-r. however, their file sizes have not changed, but they cannot be opened and cannot be loaded

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    Just a thought while looking at your badges - could these have been developed on Mac and you're now trying to open with Windows? I don't know that would make any difference though, but just a thought.

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    The file you posted just contains garbage, not even the MFA header nor anything that would show it's a MFA.

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    Out of curiosity, when did you save these files? And with what build of Fusion? (if you remember)

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    It has been many years. I want to take it out and have a look, but I find that such a problem cannot be opened. Multiple backups are the same error....

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    Weird... Could these files have been encrypted?

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