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I had to force close my notebook because my computer was counting down to an automatic update and Mathematica kept crashing during an evaluation. I'd been working for over a week on the content, but didn't save any backups to a separate file, because I assumed there was an automatic back-up in place.
After the update I tried to reopen my notebook to be greeted with a syntax error message, saying that the notebook could only be opened in plain text. When I opened the file I got the following message:
"There was a syntax error on line 33594 in the file: Assessed Problems 1.nb. The error was: 7-bdc9-f01ad398ed45"]
}, Open ]],
Cell[1656773, 32686, 187, 4, 28, "Input",ExpressionUUID->"f1d97f12-7677-4937-93c8-afa8c5c84eac"],
Cell[1656963, 32692, 142, 3, 32, "Output",ExpressionUUID->"fdf1f023-91b6-4629-baad-49bc0bec11c8"]""
How can I fix this? Can anyone help me? I looked at previous questions on the stack exchange network and tried to copy the work to a new notebook and then delete some code and then reformat the cells back to the traditional output, but this isn't working.
I am running Mathematica version 11.2.