How to repair damaged photo image file?

Bad Peggy is an open source piece of software that scans through a folder or directory of images to check for any damaged JPEGs. If it should find any loss in integrity or corruption in a file, it will display information on why the file is corrupt and it will allow the user to fix it using a set of tools that the application provides.

https://www.coderslagoon.com/#/product/badpeggy

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How to recover deleted files on micro SD card?

Puran File Recovery is a free file recovery program.

https://www.lifewire.com/puran-file-recovery-review-2622882

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System Rescue Boot Disc

https://www.raymond.cc/blog/5-system-rescue-boot-disc-based-on-windows-pe/

http://www.online-tech-tips.com/computer-tips/backup-your-computer-by-making-an-image-of-your-hard-drive/

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Windows 10 Editions and Cortana

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/windowsforbusiness/compare

https://www.itechtics.com/difference-between-windows-10-pro-vl-n-editions/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_10_editions

https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/17214/windows-10-what-is

 

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List of Backup Software

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_backup_software

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The IDE does not take in consideration the new project constant value in the Visual Studio project

Issue:  The macro inside the cs files remains with old value instead of taking in consideration the new value set in the ImportProject.

For example, in the dp.client.csproj file there is this import

 <Import Project="..\..\common\winnt\build\common.props" />

The common.props does define constant

 <BUILDFLAGVER Condition="'$(BUILD_TSM_VERSION)'=='814'">BUILD_TSM_V814</BUILDFLAGVER>

Inside the SqlServerManager.cs

 switch (spiu)
 {
#if (BUILD_TSM_V714 || BUILD_TSM_V713 || BUILD_TSM_V712)
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP1:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP1Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP2:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP2Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP3:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP3Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2SP1:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2SP1Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2SP2:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2SP2Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2012:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2012Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2012SP1:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2012SP1Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2014:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2014Plus:
 supportedVersion = true;
 break;
#elif (BUILD_TSM_V716)
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP1:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP1Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP2:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP2Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP3:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008SP3Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2SP1:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2SP1Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2SP2:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2008R2SP2Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2012:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2012Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2012SP1:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2012SP1Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2014:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2014Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2016:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2016Plus:
 supportedVersion = true;
 break;
#elif (BUILD_TSM_V810 || BUILD_TSM_V812)
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2014:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2014Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2016:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2016Plus:
 supportedVersion = true;
 break;
#else
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2014:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2014Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2016:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2016Plus:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2017:
 case SqlProductInUse.SQL2017Plus:
 supportedVersion = true;
 break;
#endif
 case SqlProductInUse.Unknown:
 default:
 supportedVersion = false;
 break;
 }

Solution:  Rename / drop the fm.ux.v11.suo file. The solution seems to recreate the fm.ux.sdf file.

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Dot.Net and PowerShell

PS C:\Users\IBM_ADMIN> [IO.Path]::GetTempPath()
C:\windows\TEMP\

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