Fixing distorted image thumbnails

Banzee Simmons

can anyone tell me about fixing damaged Thumbnails? I have recovered the images using a JPG repair software but still i cannot extract the original thumbnails?

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LolaBelle
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Could you provide a little more information? Was the data corrupted? What software did you use already? 

jimlynch
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It's difficult to suggest anything without more details. Which software did you use?

Techvedic
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I think the software you are using, that is corrupt and not taking or showing images in jpg format. try to reinstall it

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