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 Alternatively,​ if you were using Zotero syncing and your data is all online, you can just delete the zotero.sqlite file (or move it somewhere temporarily for backup) with Zotero closed and then reopen Zotero and sync to pull down your library. You can also safely restore to an earlier, uncorrupted version of your database, and Zotero will simply pull down changes since the last time you used that database, without needing to redownload your entire library. Alternatively,​ if you were using Zotero syncing and your data is all online, you can just delete the zotero.sqlite file (or move it somewhere temporarily for backup) with Zotero closed and then reopen Zotero and sync to pull down your library. You can also safely restore to an earlier, uncorrupted version of your database, and Zotero will simply pull down changes since the last time you used that database, without needing to redownload your entire library.
  
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