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This is a discussion on Invalid JPEG Marker within the Computer Data Recovery forums, part of the category; I'm trying to get back images from my Nikon D80's SD card. I'm using v 3.98 RMF. I tried attaching ...

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    pruez is offline Junior Member
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    Default Invalid JPEG Marker

    I'm trying to get back images from my Nikon D80's SD card. I'm using v 3.98 RMF.

    I tried attaching a screen shot (.doc) from the RMF Preview window but I can't get the file small enough for you..... Recover is seeing the images as Other Files, type JPG, Recovery Very Good

    I have not been able to open it. Photoshop CS5 reports Invalid JPEG Marker
    Paint reports not a valid bitmap file.

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    Second question: Is there an upgrade path for me to your latest version AND how much more will I gain by upgrading?

    Thank You.

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    GDH
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    Hi,

    Download and try Recover My Files v4 in evaluation mode.

    If you jepg files can be recovered, then they should be able to be previewed in the search results window. If they are not, right click in the preview window and view as hex - what do you see? Is there a JPEG header, e.b. JFIF, EXIF?

    The new features of V4 are summarized here: Recover My Files - Upgrade from Version 3 to Version 4
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