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Recovering Jpegs

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#1 ringer8


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Posted 15 March 2007 - 12:05 PM

i recently copied some pics(jpeg) using nero ultra 7 to a dvd and then
copied back to my laptop

i have windows xp home edition

some i could sucessfully open but others not

I have icons but no thumbnail pics and they do not open using either
nero photo viewer (error message about plug in loading has failed) or
microsoft digital image "this file can't be opened"

I see many requests for solutions on web but no definitive responses

are these recoverable?

Waiting 4 days now for response from nero vip support!

request assistance please

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#2 HitSquad


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Posted 15 March 2007 - 01:47 PM

Hi ringer8, welcome to BC.
It sounds like the ones you cannot view are most likely corrupt. See if they will open in paint or IE.
If they dont, and this is a long shot, change the extension on one of them to .bmp and try to open it in paint. Non of this is likely to work but you have nothing to lose by trying. I know of no good freeware that will repair a damaged jpeg. Sorry. Maybe someone else here does.

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