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03/26/2004 05:13:13 AM · #1
Well, yesterday I was photographing a childres birthday. All shots was done in Raw. But when i came home to look the pictures was gone. I tried, maybe stupid of me, to repair wit the bulilt in Windows repair stuff, but nothing good came out of it.
Windows say that aprx 380 mb of microdrive is used, but cant actually read. Som recovery progs detect about 100 chk files, and the size of files matches the standard raw files.
I think these files are my pictures, but how to repair them?
Why this happened?

Lars Norway
03/26/2004 05:47:33 AM · #2
try changing the file extension to .raw ??
03/26/2004 06:45:26 AM · #3
Tried to change extension to raw but Photoshop will not open the file.
03/26/2004 06:52:17 AM · #4
Check if you have the Raw extension installed if you not have Photoshop CS.
You can also try to use the program
Bad Copy

03/26/2004 07:48:20 AM · #5
Unless it's Photoshop CS, it won't open RAW.
Use the program that came with your camera to convert them to either TIFFs or JPEGs.

Don't those microdrives lose pics if bumped or dropped? Did that happen maybe?

Message edited by author 2004-03-26 07:50:02.
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