Working guide of SysInfo PDF Recovery tool to repair corrupted PDF files
Download and Launch the SysInfo PDF Repair Tool and choose Select single PDF file, then click on browse button to select particular PDF file.
Select a PDF file which you want to recover. Now, click on Open.
Now, the particular PDF file is added. Click on Next for the recovery process to begin.
Also, you can choose Select multiple PDF files option for recovering multiple PDF files. Click on Next for multiple PDF files recovery
Four options will appear if you select multiple PDF files: Add file, Search files, Remove files and Remove All. Click on Add files to add multiple PDF files. In case of the undefined location of PDF file, use Search files to find it and use Remove files or use remove all option to remove PDF files from a particular section.
After clicking on Add files. Browse and select number of PDF files which you want to repair. Then click Open.
A number of selected PDF files will appear on the screen. Now, click on Next to begin the process.
You will see two recovery mode available: Standard and Advanced, select recovery mode as per your requirement. Then click on Next button.
Repairing process will start, immediately after clicking on Next button.
Examine the preview of recovered data in text and image forms. Click Next.
Browse the particular folder where you want to save. Then Click Ok.
Save the recovered PDF file as per your required location, for that browse the location to save the file. If you want to save the images seperatly, then check the option Save extracted images & Save Extracted text only. Click on Save for further step.
Saving process will begin, wait till its completion.
The particular PDF file has been recovered successfully. Click on Ok. And you can successfully view the recovered PDF file in your system.
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Basic System Requirements and Support Editions
What's New in this Version?
- Impressive and easy User Interface.
- Supports Adobe Acrobat and its previous versions.
- Recover particular or selected pages of PDF file.
- No prior installation of Adobe Acrobat or Reader is required.