What types of files can SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures fix?
Standard photo file formats including RAW, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF and JPEG. SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures is designed to restore pictures to their original state with minimal corruption, limiting the number of artifacts while treating common sources of file damage.
Can SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures recover my missing pictures?
We recommend trying the demo version of SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures, which will provide you with a complete list of recoverable and unrecoverable photo files. By trying the demo, you can determine whether the program will provide a usable recovery before you commit to a purchase.
Before installing or running SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures, we recommend making backups of any corrupt or damaged pictures. Follow the instructions for the best possible results.
How is the demo version of SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures different from the full version?
The demo version is limited and will not recover a usable copy of your pictures. Instead, it creates a black square with demo text over the recovered image.
The full version of SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures will completely restore the affected files. However, please note that if a file appears corrupt or damaged (with lost colors, abnormally small size, etc.), it will not be successfully recovered. The demo output provides an accurate demonstration of the product’s capabilities.
Are there different advantages to different license options?
Yes. Please visit our Licensing page for detailed information about license options and how licensing can affect product functionality.
When I run SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures, the recovered pictures have a smaller file size than the original pictures. Is this normal?
Yes, this usually occurs when SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures encounters damaged or unreadable data. The recovered file will have blank space in place of this unreadable data, which results in a smaller file size.
The demo version of SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures may also generate smaller-than-expected file sizes, since the black square and placeholder text on each picture will consume less data than the original picture.
I can only recover a very small version of my photo. Is this a sign of file damage?
Unfortunately, yes. If you can only see a thumbnail of the photo, the photo is unrecoverable due to extensive damage or corruption. The thumbnail was stored along with the file, and is the only recoverable information.
How can I run the software through the Command Line?
The command line call format is pir.exe “” (no angle brackets). Use ‘?’ for individual symbols and ‘*’ for groups of symbols. Make sure that you have created an output directory for the recovered files before you start a recovery attempt using SecureRecovery for Corrupted Pictures’s command line feature.
Please note that command line functionality is only available with the Service or Enterprise licenses, not with the Standard license.