Today, my camera SD Card was corrupted and Windows cannot detect any files in it. I took so many photos before it and it’s frustrating to find out that I cannot see my photos. Fortunately, I managed to recover all the photos with the help of Disk Drill. Disk Drill did a really good job to put back my files (photos, videos) from the memory card, except one. Some of the restored files were in .CHK format which is unreadable by any software that I have. This CHK files are common when we use CHKDSK (check disk) on a Windows machine.
After finishing the data restore, I need a software that can convert the .CHK into the original file format. There is a freeware called deCHK that can help us on this. So I grab this program and use it to revert my .CHK files into the original format. And it works.
deCHK is a simple software that has the main function to convert the .CHK files into its original format.
Simply specify the folder where the .CHK files and then also specify the output location. Click Go to start the process. Now, I can have all my photos back. Thanks for the software maker that literally saved my day.
You can grab the deCHK program using the link below.