How to recover damaged JPEG header

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Hello expert, One of my friends has damaged JPEG pictures. So he needs to recover it. The pictures are so necessary things. I want to know how to repair damaged JPEG header recover. Please tell me how doing it using software or without any software. Thank you. 

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How to recover damaged JPEG header


Dear Client, I became so much concerned about your problem.

First of all, I think you need to have an Antivirus on your machine because it’s the main course of such damages, loosing files, corrupting your software and eventually slowing your machine. That’s when you’re using like windows operating system on your computer.

But since we have the problem already, I would like to recommend this software called

Picture Doctor.

This is a jpeg repair tool.

It handles all damaged graphic files.

It also helps to recover corrupt JPG and Adobe Photoshop ® PSD files.

This program will also help you to restore the corrupted graphic files and saves them into BMP format.

Not only that, Picture Doctor will help you to restore corrupted and truncated Jpeg and Psd files.

You can buy this software Picture Doctor 2.0 from your nearest IT service providers or try a demo version from this site:,

How to fix it:

Try to open the damaged pictures with a different program from the commonly used program.

open by right clicking on the corrupt or damaged photo, then select open with from the dropped menu, then you locate the image file from your hard drive through searching your drive, then to the folder directly, then rename your folder and import your file into your browser and open it.

At this point, you will open your picture doctor, and open your corrupted image in this program then the Picture doctor will resemble this image. When it’s done, save the corrected image back to the hard drive with that new file name and import the new file name into your computer.

In case you are not helped, feel free to forward in your question again. Thank you.

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