Need assistance with recover .dwg file.?

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AutoCAD 2013
This morning I tried to open an Autocad 2006 dwg file and I got a message saying that there was a problem with my file and that I had to try to recover it using the RECOVER command.
When I did this, I got the following message: “Reading Handle 171763 Object type AcDbHatch. Error 13 (eUnknown handle) object discarded”.
10 seconds later Autocad crashes!
I noticed that the error had something to do with hatches so I tried to open my file partially leaving out my hatch layers. The problem is that when I try to open my file partially Autocad opens a new blank drawing and does not even open the window where I can choose my layers. Does anybody know of a way to recover my file or is it lost forever?


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I have downloaded the DWG true view 2013 software. File didn’t open in it.

But still I am unable to open the file in the browser, I have also tried to set the permissive mode, but still its not opening in the browser, its get downloaded, then opens in Recovery Toolbox for DWG.

You may check its free demo herehttp://www.dwg.recoverytoolbox.com/

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