Solved How to decode the files ~ cr Thank you in advance

November 14, 2019 at 07:27:11
Specs: Windows 10
Hello. I can not open my TIF files after recovering Card Recovery while I have already done it with another memory card. The files are all Temporary_v5_File001_TIF until Temporary_v5 File430_TIF. I can not find the solution. Thank you for helping me. cordially

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November 15, 2019 at 08:04:44
This is a long shot, but has worked for me in the past.
Change the TIF extension to JPG and see if that allows you to open the file.

Also, in your post you give the names as

Temporary_v5_File001_TIF

Shouldn't the extension be Dot TIF not Underscore TIF?

Temporary_v5_File001.TIF

MIKE

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#1
November 14, 2019 at 08:19:41
in file properties it does not say it's 0 bytes right?
if they are not, check the following:
open one of the files in notepad, check if the file only contains white text, you can highlight it so be sure.

if you are sure the files are not corrupted:
what have you tried already? (different image manipulation tools for example)

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November 14, 2019 at 08:55:17
TIF is usually an image/graphic file.

https://whatis.techtarget.com/filef...

(Usually) They can be opened as per this article:

https://smallbusiness.chron.com/ope...

This (in your situation) presumes the files are intact...

These may also be of help:

https://file.org/extension/~cr

https://www.file-extensions.org/~cr...

https://datatypes.net/open-a-7e6372...

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November 14, 2019 at 14:07:39
Thank you for the answer. Here is an example of what the conversion shows me.
Temporary-v5_File001_TIF 13/11/2019 09:54 File ~ CR 24 576 KB.
Although the file is not 0 bytes, I think the whole file is corrupted. I saved myself a backup and formatted the memory card because I needed it. Fortunately, I saved some photos before that happened. Thanks again.

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#4
November 14, 2019 at 14:43:26
Always wise to backup/duplicate anything valuable - to media other than sd cards usb flash drives/sticks. They are not designed for serious, long term safe storage.

Backups of any sort to cd/dvd and/or hdd if possible are safest.


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November 15, 2019 at 08:04:44
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This is a long shot, but has worked for me in the past.
Change the TIF extension to JPG and see if that allows you to open the file.

Also, in your post you give the names as

Temporary_v5_File001_TIF

Shouldn't the extension be Dot TIF not Underscore TIF?

Temporary_v5_File001.TIF

MIKE

http://www.skeptic.com/


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