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Some PDF files are beyond repair. Adobe have put a lot of resources into ensuring that Adobe Reader and Acrobat can display malformed PDF files, so if Acrobat cannot load the PDF then it is most likely unrecoverable. If you get the error message: Reader could not open filename because it is either not a supported file type of because the file has ...


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At the end of the day I did a repair-install of Windows 8 as described here - http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/26095-repair-install-windows-8-a.html and then Windows Update and then installed .NET 4.5.2 Developer Pack. That did it.


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I highly doubt that the Windows OS (much less your Data) is "damaged." I've come in contact with dozens of computers that seem like they went bad because a user profile went corrupt. It's not a common issue but it happens, especially with Windows 7. This being said I wouldn't blame your friend. You're going to need to perform a startup repair. This can be ...


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It sounds lick you bricked your card. First check if you can read your card on an other computer. If you tried to access your data on at least 3 different computers and if your data is really important, I suggest you bring it to a professional data recovery service to recover your data (for example Kroll Ontrack). If you start messing with it without ...


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Sounds like the card’s controller is busted. Getting to your data now may well be impossible. Most importantly, stop trying to write anything to the card. This also includes chkdsk and whatnot. Although I never used it myself, ddrescue is made for getting data off damaged devices. Since it’s a Linux tool, you’ll need either a Live USB (or similar) or ...



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