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Repair corrupted psd file


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#1 scuttlebutt

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Posted 12 May 2018 - 05:10 AM

How to recover corrupted psd file, when opened in photoshop betrays that he has problems with layers and doesn't open.
Work in about a month.   
 
 
Are there any programs that can recover such a file?


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#2 softeyes

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 12:24 AM

Hi scuttlebutt, and welcome to BleepingComputer!  :welcome:

Take a look at EaseUS PSD file recovery software, hopefully you will find success with their software.

 

Linkhttps://www.easeus.com/file-recovery/restore-and-repair-corrupted-psd.html

 

 



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Posted 31 May 2018 - 06:26 AM

Here's a good trick that's works in many cases. You'll be using Fireworks to open, and re-save the Photoshop file. This will fix most corruptions.

 

  1. Open the corrupt Photoshop file in Fireworks.
  2. Use Fireworks to save it as a .psd Photoshop file. (Important: Do Not save it as a Fireworks file or another extension, because Photoshop may not recognize the layers, or you could lose data.)
  3. Remember to give your file a different name when saving, so you won't overwrite your original. (A good idea would be to create a backup of your original before trying this procedure.)
  4. Open your newly created file in Photoshop.
  5. Remember that many effects will not show in Fireworks, but should show up in the Photoshop layers.

 

Fireworks plays nicely with Photoshop, and generally preservers the most of the original layers/data. The older Fireworks versions are ok at this technique, but the newer CS versions are really good at preserving/transferring information. This works well when Photoshop and Fireworks are the same version/suite, to avoid the diffrent version (too old/new) conflict. If your file is badly corrupted, you may be able to get some of your data back using this technique, or you can used PSD recovery online






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