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  • Adie93 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thnx to all you folk for the help, its really appreciated......

  • Jessicafujan Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hey wjosten,


      I saw what you did for Adie93 and hope you'll be interested in helping my sister save the video of her wedding.

    The file is appears as ORDER.NJB, 17 bytes and dated correctly on the SD card.  When I followed your instructions we found the error below. 


    Any advice whatsoever would be a tremendous consolation to my obviously distraught sister -even if it's just to tell her not to pay someone $500 to dig up a file that will never work.


    Thank you,



    Last login: Fri Dec 28 22:37:23 on ttys000

    Laptop-Jessica-Fujan:~ jfujan$ file

    Usage: file [-bchikLNnprsvz0] [-e test] [-f namefile] [-F separator] [-m magicfiles] [-M magicfiles] file...

           file -C -m magicfiles

    Try `file --help' for more information.

    Laptop-Jessica-Fujan:~ jfujan$ /Volumes/NO\ NAME/MISC/ORDER.NJB

    : command not foundSC/ORDER.NJB: line 1:

    Laptop-Jessica-Fujan:~ jfujan$

  • thomas_r. Level 7 Level 7 (30,630 points)

      I saw what you did for Adie93 and hope you'll be interested in helping my sister save the video of her wedding.


    This is not really related to the topic you've replied to, so this isn't the best place to ask your question. You need to start your own post in a forum appropriate for the topic (for example, the OS X Mountain Lion forum might be appropriate if your Mac is running Mountain Lion, aka OS X 10.8). You will also need to provide information about what kind of camera was used to take the video, and what has been done with the SD card since the video was taken.


    One thing I can say: that ORDER.NJB file is not a video file of any kind. It contains an index of the images on the card, and is not meant to be opened by the user.

  • wjosten Level 10 Level 10 (94,020 points)

    Sorry, but there's nothing in that file. All it is is a Nikon Photo index file. All that's there is an idex of photos taken by the camera, no actual photos or any other data. If that's all that's on the card, well then, there is no data on the card.

  • csalce123 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi, I was hoping you would be able to help me with opening a photo on my MAC that is also coming up as a Unix Executable File? I copied it to Terminal, and it came back with /Volumes/CODONICS018730/DICOM/ST000000/SE000000/US000024

    Does that make sense to you?


    I hope you can help.


    Thank you.

  • DuckLittleYellow Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)


    I have exactly the same problem: A file with the extension .psmp. I tried your advice concerning VLC, which unfortunately does not work.

    Also the path via Terminal does not spit out any useful file information… It is correct to type file and a space, then drag the file in the window and hit enter, correct? That just gives me the output of the filename/location. Do you maybe have another idea? Thank you.

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