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Lightroom Classic Catalog repair

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Oct 03, 2020

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Hello,

 

I have the problem that i can not fix and repair my lightroom catalogue... yesterday it worked fine... today not... i have no idea..

 

can anyone help me?

 

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Lightroom Classic Catalog repair

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Hello,

 

I have the problem that i can not fix and repair my lightroom catalogue... yesterday it worked fine... today not... i have no idea..

 

can anyone help me?

 

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And you don't have a backup? That's really the fix. 

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the backup is sadly several days too old... i just wanted to try to fix the catalog... 🙂

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Catalogs sometimes are corrupted so badly that they cannot be repaired via this method. As stated above, you need to restore a recent backup of your catalog file.

 

In addition, I would run diagnostic tests on the health of your hard disk, as this is a sign that there could be a disk malfunction.

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the files are on a Seagate Firecuda 520 NVMe on this laptop... i checked that already... that was my first thought... everything is fine... i thought that maybe my synology sync tool tried to sync it and killed it... now i sync the files differently... it synced the broken catalog... i learned from that... the method worked fine for several years... 

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I wonder if perhaps "several years" is the key to the problem here. Hard drives to eventually wear out. How many years are we considering?

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i meant that i work with that kind of workflow... the laptop (Gigabyte AERO) is 3 months old... the additional NVMe is 2 months old... and free of errors... 🙂

 

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