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Some of the digital photos that I have saved on my computer have developed multi-coloured horizontal bands across them. Is there any way to remove the bands and restore the photos to their original condition?

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Try uploading to a photohost such as photobucket. do the lines still show?
are you using a photo editor program to view them? photoshop, cs, cs3, adobe, printshop, paint shop pro, media player?
if they show lines in any of the programs, or when uploaded to a hosting website, the files may be damaged. they may or may not be repairable using a photo editor program.

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