Why do I get image corruption?

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svalley
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Post by svalley »

I just noticed this topic. I had a similar thing, photos occasionally corrupted (they looked like yours). This happened after it had worked fine for a couple weeks. This was a Nikon D810 hooked up to a custom build PC. I ended up plugging into a USB2 port rather than the USB3 and it has worked perfect now for a couple years.
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Sym P. le
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Post by Sym P. le »

ChrisR - ... put your memory into single channel mode rather than multichannel, to avoid nonspecific memory problems.
This suggests that memory failures could be alleviated by installing new memory?

On a similar note, I had similar looking results when I recovered images from a crashed hard drive. They were Canon's .CR2 images though.

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