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Detecting corrupt jpg images in C#

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I have an app that I'm writing to manage jpgs. Sometimes the photos are
corrupt. If I use something like ACDSee, it will show the image, but it will
have a note in the status bar that the image is corrupt, and it says,
specifically, "The source datastream is corrupt."

I'd like to be able to detect this as well with C#, but the Image.FromFile()
method returns the image and I can't see any way to determine if it's
corrupt. Is this simply not doable with the .NET framework?

Pete
Jul 19 '06 #1
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