If you have an older version of the database in a SQZ file, you can restore that backup to a different directory and then copy the name.PRO and name.FPT file to the original directory.
To restore the backup to a different location, follow these steps.
Put the .SQZ file into a temporary directory, such as c:sqz.Go to the Command prompt and type:
change to the directory that contains the .SQZ file you want to restore and type:
dosqz x name.sqz
(replace "name.sqz" with the actual name of the .SQZ file).This command will "unsqueeze" the backup to subdirectories in the directory in which the .SQZ file is located.For example, if you put Jones.sqz into a directory called C:sqz and type the "dosqz" command in c:sqz, the backup will restore to something like: c:sqzuftprojects
If the numbered files that are restored to the sqz/uft/projects directory match the numbered files in the database files you're trying to open, then copy the name.PRO and name.FPT files to the directory that contains those numbered files and the project should open in UFT.
IF this does not work for you, please get back to me. Best of luck!