I have a raspberry pi backup.img file that I was trying to extract some of its inside files, I used different softwares to do that but all failed. I used Winzip but I got a message sys that this file is corrupted. The file size is 31G, it is an
.img file of my Raspberry Pi and was on an SD card. I tried also Isoburn, File Repair,...but none of these software helped unfortunately! Is there any way to to do that whether on PC or Linux?
The SD card was working just fine on the Raspberry pi, but when I did a backup I used the
dd command on Linux and cloned it and seemed to be successful! But when I tried to use the same SD card it just didn't boot up. After tons of attempts I just gave up and decided to format the SD card and load the cloned backup image. I used the
dd command again and after finishing loading the image to the SD card nothing was working! Actually, there was no Boot file or even root files! So I suspected the SD card itself. I bought a new SD card yet it didn't work too. Then I said ok let me load an old
.img that I have, and it worked on both SD cards, But I wanted to have this recent updated
.img so badly because it has a lot of projects and stuff.