Just imagine, you take that picture, you’re looking fresh as ever, you save it on your hard drive, go to sleep, only to wake up the next morning to find out your hard drive was damaged, along with your precious photos. Such a terrible situation can occur anytime to anyone. How do you get out of it? Do you run to a data recovery company and ask then to do whatever they can. They might help but the cost won’t be small, probably. There’s an easier solution and it can be done from home for a fraction of the cost. You should get a program that will repair corrupted JPEG files for you. The recommended choice is Picture Doctor. It’s the kind of software that works automatically, doesn’t have any complex settings to get confused with and works fast enough.
Let’s explore how to repair corrupted JPEG files with Picture Doctor.
1. Upload the damaged photos to the program’s main window. It’s convenient enough and pretty intuitive to do.
2. Once added, you’ll see the list of the files that are going to be recovered.
3. Pick the directory for the files to be recovered. Click Browse for that. It can be any, pick the one you like.
4. Click Start Rescue and then open the recovered directory.
The restored pictures can be used as before, you can save them on a safer hard drive or print them for storing them on paper. In the future, don't forget to make copies and use Picture Doctor in case things fall apart again! Repair corrupted JPEGs easily from now on!