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RJameson

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  1. I was fortunate since I was only working with a couple notes when the issue started... If you go to All Notes in the desktop app, one of the sort columns is "Updated" where you can sort all of your notes by last update. If it were me, I would first make a backup of the AppData folder that includes the Evernote database, and then I would start deleting notes that you suspect may be corrupt, using the Updated sort as a starting place for the time it may have happened. Once you identify the problem note, you can restore the backed-up database and delete just the corrupted note. This assumes that
  2. It is possible to re-download the .exb database but beware that if you have any local or unsynced notes they would be lost. Export any such notes to .enex files (one per notebook) before you go ahead. If you have a lot of notes the re-download/ refresh of your database can take a little while. Wouldn't this be the same as using REVO to uninstall, and then resyncing from the server with a fresh install? In my case, I tried this, but the corrupted note had already been sync'd up to the server, so it just resync'd the problematic note and the issue remained until I physically deleted the note
  3. I was fortunate since I was only working with a couple notes when the issue started... If you go to All Notes in the desktop app, one of the sort columns is "Updated" where you can sort all of your notes by last update. If it were me, I would first make a backup of the AppData folder that includes the Evernote database, and then I would start deleting notes that you suspect may be corrupt, using the Updated sort as a starting place for the time it may have happened. Once you identify the problem note, you can restore the backed-up database and delete just the corrupted note. This assumes that
  4. I was having the same issues with the "not responding" hangs and it turned out that the formatting for one specific note in my Evernote database somehow got corrupted and was causing the app to hang globally. Ultimately, the fix was to cut and paste the corrupted note into a Word document and remove all formatting. I then deleted the original note in Evernote, reformatted the note in Word as I wanted it, and pasted it back into Evernote (creating a new note). It hasn't hanged since. (I have no idea what part of the formatting became corrupt, but the hangs started shortly after I attached a JPE
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