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PDF File Repair

SecureRecovery® for PDF repairs corrupted PDF documents (.pdf)
  • Support for Adobe PDF Versions 1.6 through 1.2
  • Stores Recovered Data in a New, Recreated PDF File
  • Restores Cross Reference Table, Images, Page Tree and Lost Pages
  • Rebuilds Interactive Objects, Including Links, Notes and Link Actions
  • Maintains Formatting From Source File
  • Easy, User-Friendly Interface
  • Support During Install/Uninstall
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To repair damaged PDF files in your own home or office, you need a powerful recovery tool that is easy to use and compatible with your system. SecureRecovery for PDF meets all the criteria, offering you the power to restore corrupted PDFs wherever and whenever you like. This dedicated utility recovers data stored in PDFs along with file information to flawlessly recreate the original document.


Try the Demo to Experience SecureRecovery for PDF for Free

The SecureRecovery for PDF demo evaluates your file and determines exactly which elements are recoverable. Objects not recovered by the demo are beyond the capabilities of this exhaustive recovery software, and may require manual repair by our qualified engineers. Download the demo for free to see what SecureRecovery for PDF can do for your corrupted files.


SecureRecovery for PDF is a strong tool for repairing damaged files, but there are a few objects that are beyond the capabilities of virtually any consumer software package. This utility does not recover forms, and the original encryption settings on the source file cannot be accessed for repair.

Restore Your Data With SecureRecovery for PDF

When corruption prevents you from opening your valuable PDF files, your data is not necessarily lost. You need a dedicated recovery utility that has a strong record of repairing damaged files and restoring access to vital data stored within. If you have a PDF file that is showing signs of corruption, order a copy of SecureRecovery for PDF to restore your data today.

System Requirements

SecureRecovery for PDF is designed to work with Windows systems that meet the following specifications:

  • Operating System: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 2008 Server or 2003 Server
  • RAM: 256 - 1024 MB, With File Size and Depth of Corruption Determining Exact Requirement
  • Hard Disk Free Space: 10 MB at Minimum
  • Display Resolution: 640 x 480 or Higher, 256 Colors
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PDF File Repair

What types of files can SecureRecovery for PDF repair?

This tool is specifically designed for Adobe PDF files and will not repair other file types. Please browse through our other software products if you need to recover a different format.

I need to access a corrupt or damaged PDF file, and I am interested in trying SecureRecovery for PDF. Can I try the program before I buy it?

Yes, we offer a free demo version to help you evaluate the features of this product. In the demo version, the output will not provide a usable version of the target document. The full version does not have this limitation. By using the demo version, you can determine whether your documents are recoverable before you purchase a license.

Why are there different license options, and is one option better suited to my situation?

The different licenses provide options for businesses and add functionality for power users. However, all non-demo versions of SecureRecovery for PDF will allow users to recover individual corrupted PDFs.

For more information or to read about different licenses, visit our Licensing page.

Can I use SecureRecovery for PDF with batch files or through a command line?

Yes. This feature is only available to users who purchase the Service or Enterprise licenses.

Why are my recovered PDFs smaller than my original files?

This is completely normal and does not indicate a problem with the recovery in most cases. The recovery process bypasses severe damage and corruption, replacing bad areas of a targeted file with blank space and reducing the overall size of the file.

If you are using the demo version of SecureRecovery for PDF, the output may be smaller because of the placeholders that the software creates.

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