Processing some images in photoshop

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There are some new photos from my rest album on computer. I spent some days post-processing three images. One of images stopped working. At opening .psd file I see only a half of content. I used search engines for the goal of finding recovery for photoshop data. But I wasted some hours. I couldn't find a solution.
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lisetoussaint

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Robin Curtis

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Hi Lise:Someone else had trouble with a psd file becoming corrupt and i opened it with a very old version of Photoshop:  5.5.  I then returned it to her and she lost a little of the work but 90% came through.  If you would like me to try this for you please attach the psd to an email or post it to dropbox or something like that and Ill try to help.My email address is (i removed it but it should be in your inbox  The offer still holds)
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Make use of resources from search machines or steps in the following

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/file-recovery-photoshop.html

http://download.cnet.com/Recuva/3000-2242_4-10753287.html

https://photoshop.recoverytoolbox.com/

 

# Open the "Window" menu and choose "History" to display the History panel. Locate the "Flatten Image" step in the list of history states.

# Click on the history state just before "Flatten Image" in the History panel. Undoing the flattening process brings back your layered composition...

# Press "F7" or open the "Window" menu and choose "Layers" to open the Layers panel by pressing "F7" or choosing "Layers" from the "Window" menu. Verify that your document contains the layers you expect. If necessary, step back farther in the file's history to reach the point at which you want to reclaim your document.

# Open the "File" menu and choose "Save As." Change the name of your document and save the file.