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Can't open JPEG files loaded from digital camera (Fuji)

I loaded pictures from my digital camera to my PC & saved them in a folder but accidentally the folder got deleted from my system; i restored the lost pictures using Recuva, some of the restored pictures(JPEG files) are opening with Windows picture & fax viewer and also with Microsoft photo editor, but some pictures are not opening with these programs; whwnever i click on those images, a message "Cannot determine file type" is shown. Please suggest how to open these files so that i can view them.

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Hi,
Looks as if these files are permanently damaged & are not likely to open.

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