Corrupt JPEG, stripes ...., how to repair them ?

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Wim Vanmaele, Jul 1, 2003.

  1. Wim Vanmaele

    Wim Vanmaele Guest

    Hallo,
    I have thousands of JPeg's on my HD. Last, I opened a Joeg, and in
    the view, I saw sone wrong-coloured stripe. On some other JPeg's,
    there was a miscoloured band. Can some-one tells me if this can be
    solved ? If yes, how. There must at least be a kind of a tool
    permitting repairing this error. Somewhere there is a missing or
    wrong-readed byte and hups, there we go.
    Any help would be very appreceated !!!
    Thanks,

    Wim Vanmaele
     
    Wim Vanmaele, Jul 1, 2003
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  2. Wim Vanmaele

    nb Guest

    I had a very similar problem, although it was with Tiff files viewed in
    Photoshop. It was on a brand new computer. Turned out to be a faulty
    motherboard, something I would not have thought of. Everything else about
    the performance of the computer was excellent. If I hadn't had this problem
    with some images I probably would not have known the motherboard was dodgy.

    If this isn't your problem you could possibly try the program available
    here - http://www.datarescue.com/photorescue/ - You can download the
    program, try it to see if it works and then purchase it if necessary. I am
    not sure if it will work on a hard drive as it is designed to work on
    compact flash cards.

    You cannot save the rescued images in the free download version but the
    bought version obviously allows you to do this.

    Good Luck

    nb
     
    nb, Jul 1, 2003
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