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How to repair currupted cannon digital camera CR2 files ?

Kamlesh Gujarathi , Apr 20, 2006; 03:03 a.m.

Hello Everyone,

I have some 200-300 pictures which i taken with my cannon digital camera. The file extension is CR2.

All files is currupted and it is not showing the preview. How i can recover that files? As per my knowledge it got currupted due to the memory card which was damaged.

Now I have the CR2 files. Can any one help me to get preview of the CR2.

If you give me the email then I can give you the currupted files also.

Thanks and waiting for your reply.

Kamlesh Gujarathi. kamlesh@itshastra.com


Steve Dawson , Apr 20, 2006; 06:33 a.m.

I just Googled 'cr2 raw corrupted' and you get a load of results from people offering software to recover deleted files, fix corrupted files, etc. In many cases you can try the software and see if it works before you decide whether to buy it.

You may find people a little reluctant to give you their email addresses for to send corrupt files to!

Jean-Jacques Lemaire , Apr 20, 2006; 08:00 p.m.

I didn't need to use such a software yet but Datarescue has a good reputation for such a job. http://www.datarescue.com/photorescue/index.htm

Seema Pataudi , May 15, 2007; 05:26 p.m.

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