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CS50/PSET4/RECOVER- Error- “Can't open card.raw: file format unsupported”

Keep getting "Can't open card.raw: file format unsupported" error when running the code. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> int main(int argc, char *...
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Problem with CS50 Pset3 Resize Less

The issue that keeps occurring after compiling and running the file, is that the resulting output bmp file changes to an unsupported file format(as stated when clicking on the bmp image file after ...
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pset4- recover invalid or unsupported image format

In recover my code compiles and runs. It then creates 50 images (named correctly) but they do not open and I get a 'invalid or unsupported image format' warning when I try to open them. I have looked ...
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recover.c unsupported image format after opening

I am trying to recover the deleted files in card.raw (argv[1]) I managed to open the jpeg files in order(001 to 049) but the problem is, when I click on jpg files, the following message show "invalid ...
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pset4 resize, file format problem before resizing

I've checked other similar questions and answers and found some problems(and then fixed up), but(seems like the problems weren't there), I still have the same problem "invalid or unsupported image ...
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pset4: Resize no error seen when compiling still unsupported image format

The problem that I'm facing even while using the debugger is I can't seem to possibly find where I'm going wrong. Please can someone identify where I might be going wrong/ or is my understood logic ...
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Invalid or Unsupported format - pset4 (resize)

I'm pretty sure I've done everything right, at least to my eyes. But my resize program compiles alright and creates the large.bmp alright. But when I try opening it it says invalid or unsupported ...