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Files got currepted, unable to open any of them.. Look like a virus attack?

Hi dear, my system got crashed and restored. Now none of my files with formats, JPEG, PDF, DWG, PSD, PPT etc are opening.. It simply shows file not valid. But same time all the PNG format files are working, and some of the MP4 got corrupted, but some other not affected at all... this doesn't have anything to do with the restore point I gave.. I recently found affected by Trojan viruses... Can you help me to identify the exact reason and to restore my drawings..?. Thanks in advance,cheers. Merry Christmas...! It shows the file size, properties etc. for all the files, but no thumbnail and unable to open.. It just happened randomly.. not all the files, name wise or date wise I can't find any similarity.. I have tried: Tried different recovery tools, cmd prompt options, tried to open the files in a different OS and system.. Nothing works.. Most file tried to open in different apps and mediums.. I think it was caused by: TROJAN virus attack, probably... System recovery made twice last week due to the blue screen appearance in the booting time..

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