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What worked for me is that I changed the resolution of my screen to anything lower and then back to my default resolution. The Georeferencer window was back immediately!


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Unfortunately it seems QGIS (via GDAL) offers limited support for HDF-EOS5 (or HDF5 in general), and there are discussions about the issue in this GIS-SE. You may want to try these suggestions. Let me suggest a workaround using a software Panoply to get the data out of HDF5 and convert it into CSV. (So that you can read it in QGIS as a delimited text data). ...


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The georeferencer plugin is a core plugin, so you don't need to install it. You just need to enable it, which is much easier. If you need access to other (non-core) plugins, see this questions for instructions to install a plugin without using the Plugin Manager: How to install a QGIS plugin when offline? How to enable an already installed plugin without ...


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Happened the same here, but the screens were one above the other one. Switched them and the georeferencer appeared.


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