I posted in here a while ago about my drive being “fried”. I was able to recover all of the data, unfortunately it is in raw form. Is there any way to convert the raw data back to its original state? For example, the pictures seem to be in .pcx format, not jpeg? Can I get these converted back?
Try with this software…
@mike6623, what you are saying makes no sense. A hard drive failure cannot change an image format from JPG to PCX. Instead, what appears to be happening is that your data recovery software is misinterpreting some random encrypted data sequence as a PCX file header. In other words, your recovered data is gibberish.
If you haven’t already done so, you must reattach your HDD to a compatible My Book Essentials bridge board, as you were advised to do in those other two threads.