.psd corrupted file in a weird way

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Hi everybody, I need help with this psd file that corrupted itself in some weird way. I have Photoshop CS6 Version 13.0.6.

To start with, it is only some layers that are affected, with big transparent blocks in them (I have updated my driver, deselected the use graphics processor in the performance setting and tried setting it to basic and normal, editing the layers and seeing if the empty block goes away, duplicating the layer, exporting to jpeg, and even selecting with the magic wand which recognizes such holes). I have ran out of ideas to try to fix it. I could try deleting those layers and adding them raw, but I am scared that the same issue would happen again so I would like to find a real solution. This transparent blocks change in size, shape, and location in different layers.

Another problem is that texts appear to be black, but when I select the text as if I were to change it and deselect it goes back to its original colour, so thats no big problem.

My other problem is that some images that I have in white, which are just flatten texts, appear to be partly or fully black, and I can't fix them just like the texts. This includes the white stripe of the cover photo.

Fortunately I exported one page as pdf before the file got all weird, it happened while I was saving. If I export the file now it comes just as it looks in photoshop.

Exported pdf:



Photoshop file:



If you are wondering what the file is, its the cover photo for a catalogue, I know I should be using other software like Illustrator, but I only have experience with Photoshop which I am a beginner at.

I really need help right now, especially since it is for a personal project for selling my own products and become financially independent (and really need to finish formalizing my start-up with a "legitimate" catalogue). I will really appreciate any help with this. Thank you!
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