Save the journal file. Move the journal to the location where the main . RVT file is located. Drag and drop the journal file onto the Revit icon (Revit.exe) found on your desktop.
How do I recover unsaved files in Revit?
Open the software>from the ribbon go to the Collaborate tab>then to Restore Backup. Revit will ask you whether to recover the . rvt file from the backups. Click Yes.
Where are Revit recovery files?
When a Revit family or project file is located in a network location, and does not have worksharing enabled, Revit will save a backup copy of the file in your Journal folder on your local drive–usually your C: drive.
Can I delete Revit journal files?
If you encounter problems during a Revit session, your support provider may ask you to send the journal file and any backup files to help with the troubleshooting process. If you do not encounter problems during a Revit session, the journal file is of little use and can be deleted.
Does Revit have a recovery files?
In many cases when Revit crashes (Fatal Error/Serious Error) it will prompt a message to save a recovery file. If you have this option and chose to save the recovery file, then changes which were not previously saved will be saved in the recovery file.
How do I open a slog file in Revit?
How to open file with SLOG extension?
- Install Revit software.
- Check the version of Revit and update if needed.
- Assign Revit to SLOG files.
- Verify that the SLOG is not faulty.
How do I restore a Revit file manually?
Move the old local files and their backups to the desktop. Open Revit. Open the project file with “Create new local” checked.
- Check Hard disk space.
- Check for Corrupt RVT links.
- Recover automatic backup.
- Recover manual backup.
- Other items to check.
What are Revit journals?
Revit journal files are a log of everything you have been doing in Revit. They are commonly used to help with diagnosing issues you may have experienced while in Revit.