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JPEG corrupted files recovery

Posted on 2012-03-24
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Hi experts,

  Accidentally i deleted some jpeg files. I managed to recover them using Recuva software, but unfortunately the files are corrupted. I tried to open them with Photoshop, windows photo viewer, windows paint, Serif Photo Plus without any result.
 Is there any software able to recover these files, even partially?
Thank you in advance.

Regards,
Raul
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Try to use a "File repair" http://www.filerepair1.com/
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David Brugge earned 500 total points
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LHeroru has done a very good job addressing this problem in the answer to a previous question here.
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thanks
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