A small amount of images in my raster catalog look like a checkerboard. Has this happened to anyone and how do I fix them. Should I delete them and re-add them to the raster catalog?
Does your mosaic dataset look like a checkerboard? | ArcGIS Blog
Is another blog to check out. There are also many other threads discussing possible reasons, but most come down to rebuilding the overlays.
Adding a link to this thread since it has another possible solution See Ahmad SALEH suggestion about
go to geoprocessing menu > Environments then go to Parallel processing set the parallel processing factor to 1. Then try to build the overviews again.
“build overviews” for a mosaic generates black\while tiles is the full post.
by checkerboard, do you mean you can see the edges because of gaps or is the colour of each differ from one another?
Try building overviews
I'm already tried this solution but it did not work. Because there are two broken file path remain there. Is that possible the data originally damaged?
I'm not sure if you are asking a question about your own data, or just mentioning that corrupt original files might cause an issue. Corrupt data could always cause issue, if you suspect that you data is corrupt. But just having broken links can cause the issue to.
if you are still having issues, you may need to supply more info such as version of the software you are using.
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