eRepair Photoshop - User's Manual
eRepair Photoshop (te downloaden) can recover damaged files that contain data from Adobe Photoshop (*.psd) bestanden. Files can be damaged because of , hardware malfunctions, power failures, errors operating systems and files, as well as careless user errors, and they can hold the fruits of hard work essential for project completion and success. Designers, professional artists, and photographers who use multiple computers move to various types of media will benefit from this invaluable tool. The user guide to eRepair Photoshop is below to walk you through the process.
Step 1. Launch Photoshop Repair program
Click the Start button on eRepair Photoshop and select the program from the Programs menu (Start | Programs | eRepair Photoshop).
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Step 2. Selection of the damaged .PSD file
In the first step of the program you select the file you want the program to recover.
You can do this in a number of ways:
- You can enter the file name and path into the input field which is located on the program screen, in the center;
- You can use the standard dialog located at the right of the input field;
- Or you can select from the dropdown list the file you want to open. The dropdown is opened when you click the downward arrow in the right of the input field.
When the source file is chosen, proceed to the next step of recovery by pressing Volgende.
Step 3. Preview of the structure of the damaged file
In this step, you can preview the file structure of the file from whence you want to recover data. A list of elements that correspond to the objects the program detects in the damaged file will appear on the left part of the recovery window. Elements like layers, properties, and headers will be displayed. When you select an element, the parameters of that element will appear on the right side of the window.
Press Volgende (located on the lower right of the screen) once you’ve previewed the structure of the file and its corresponding elements.
In case the system is unable to restore the file, you can click the Stuur bronbestand aan ontwikkelaars button to send it in an email to the developers from your default email client. The file will be sent to the developers, who will try to manually restore the data, and you will be contacted soon with the results of their efforts. If the file can be recovered, the Volgende button will take you to step 4 of the program, where you must choose the output file for your data.
Step 4. Selection of the output file
See step 2, because choosing your output file is very similar to choosing the file you want the program to recover.
You can choose your output destination in the following ways:
- Enter the file name and path into the input field in the middle of the screen;
- Use the standard dialog that by clicking the icon on the right;
- Select a file you’ve used previously via the dropdown list that is accessible with the click of a small arrow on the right of the input field..
When you select the output file, Click the Recover button to tell the program to begin the recovery process.
Step 5. Photoshop data recovery
During step 5, eRepair Photoshop will read, recover, and output the data to the output file you’ve specified. The time this step of the process takes depends on the speed of your computer and the size of the file. A recovery log will appear to show the steps the program took to restore your data.
The demo version of the program adds extra noises to images that it recovers. This limitation is removed when you purchase the full version of eRepair Photoshop.
When the file is recovered and you can access your data, use the Exit button to quit the program. Press the Terug button to go back to different stages of the recovery process.