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Old 09-06-2013   #1
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This image used to be just fine but today I opened it and before it came all the way up it turned into this...


Opened in Canon DPP as I usually use for processing but I've never had this happen before.

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Looks like a corrupted / damaged jpg file. However it possible that it has a structure that will be decoded differently by a different editing program. Try opening it in PS or other programs you have that will open jpg images. If it looks the same in the other apps, don't throw it away as there are a number of utilities that can repair damaged jpg files, depending on how damaged they are.
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Thanks Murray. I should have noted that this happened to the RAW file opened in the native Canon software. I have another copy of the RAW file on another HD which is fine so it's not all bad. Hopefully this is a one time occurrence because I don't have all my drives doubled up.
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Stranger yet. I opened it (RAW) again this morning and all is well (at least for now).
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Mike click the link before you will find similar google
image search for faulty video card when it starts
acting up you will get lines similar to what you have displayed.
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https://www.google.com/search?q=memo...&um=1&imgdii=_


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