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    Red face [SOLVED] Unable to open JPEG files


    Unfortunately I did some mistake in partion and I losed all the JPEG files in that drive,

    and I recovered from third party application, but I am not able to open JPEG, it is showing corrupted imaged, please any one can help me to recover JPEG images, it was very important for me

    thanks in advance

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    Try this -> PhotoRec - CGSecurity
    Never make any misteaks.

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    I have not found any answer,

    I am waiting for the good advise

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    If after recovery the JPEG images are corrupted, you might not be able to repair them, although there might be some companies out there that can offer that service for a fee. I'd try the recovery effort again, perhaps with a different 3rd party app to see if it can recover them in an uncorrupted state before paying someone else to do it. The app recommended by b2bwild reportedly works very well if you haven't tried it already.

    Perhaps someone else will have some other specific applications or techniques that they can recommend.
    oz

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    Anyking of recovery tool isn't perfect. Using it should be your last option.
    Just look at the site I have given in last post. there is a good How-To on using PhotoRec.
    You may not need to compile and install it. because static binary is available.

    That is why people create "Backups". This is why people are rushing to services Dropbox and UbuntuOne
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    Thank you for suggestion, Now I am able recover all JPEG photos,

    and it works really amazing,

    byee

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