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How to recover a corrupted folder containing JPG files?

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How to recover a corrupted folder containing JPG files?

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You can't recover directories as there is no point in doing that. You can only recover files that were stored in that directory. For this operation you can use Recuva as a recovery solution which is also free to use. If Recuva is not good enough, you can always try an alternative because these applications work based on different search and recover algorithms.

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Photo recovery software can help you recover your photos and also .JPG data quickly and efficiently. The software has a simple interface that you will navigate through as you try to recover any type of file. Most of the time, this software covers much more than just photos, it will cover MP3 audio files, video files, and much more.
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Tenorshare Any Data Recovery Pro can help you get back the data from the sd card easily. Here are detailed steps:
Step 1: Select File Types
Step 2: Select a Location Where Lost Files Saved
Step 3: Preview Lost Data
Step 4: Recover and Save Lost Data
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Hey , data recovery is not difficult for normal data loss problem, but if the hard drive is damaged, then the first thing you need to pay attention to is fixing the hard drive.
But you need to notice that after fixing the hard drive, all the files are gone and it seems like it is a new hard drive. At this moment, don't put any new files into the drive 'cause if this happens, you will meet data overwritten situation and if this happens, the chance of data recovery will be reduced.
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