Pictures taken with X-E2 will not open in RAW File Converter by Silkypix

Discussion in 'Fujifilm Cameras' started by dasminimalist, Oct 30, 2017.

  1. dasminimalist

    dasminimalist TPF Noob!

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    Just as the title says, some files won't open in the Silkypix. It is not just a few, but an entire folder. Is there something that I'm doing wrong here? Some folders are just fine, but some folders are not working at all. Anyone?


     
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    Are you sure they are all raw files?
     
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    Yup. I have about 500+ raw files that won't open. Funny thing is, they all used to be ok until I organized my folders. Could that have something to do with it?
     
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    Most likely a corruption problem. Something may have gone afoul while moving the folders around.
     
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    Argh...just as I was worried about. So this doesn’t mean that I have to move the folder created in the SD card into the same folder right? Does anyone have experience with recovering corrupted files?
     
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    No but I have some advice on preventing the problem in the future. Don't store images on SD cards. Move them to a hard drive when you finish shooting for the day.
     

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