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Dell Visrta Nikon & Canon

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by Chris88SC, Jan 29, 2011.

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  1. Chris88SC

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    Has anyone found a solution to Vista corrupting .jpg files? As I scroll through the questions & answers, so far, I have not found a solution; except for buying Windows 7. I've been working through IYOGI, but no solution there either.
     
  2. fel1x

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    seams to be a bit of controversy over that one, read about it before some say bad ram some say bad video card/on board graphics

    anyhow a work around can be renaming the files with .jpg on end of name so hamster.jpg
     
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    I have no idea what this means. "IYOGI" . but I have viscrap on a laptop and have no trouble with any image format including .jpg.

    I do keep it simple and just transfer the pictures to a folder then use a third party program to view/work on them.
     
  4. fel1x

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    i was wondering also what that meant but decided against asking:confused:
     
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    I read here at TSG ... That a person unplugged all other USB devices ..
    and it solved a problem he was having with Vista corrupting jpegs.

    You might try this .. And Welcome to the TSG Forum.

    Is This IYOGI ??
     
  6. fel1x

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    if it is ouch ! pricy
     
  7. Chris88SC

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    IYOGI is the Indian company that supports Dell. It is a paid for service. So far, they have done a bunch of troubleshooting remotely on my computer, but have not found a solution. I am not impressed and am sorry I spent the money. I will try hamster.jpg and see what happens. Many thanks for your suggestions and follow up.
     
  8. Chris88SC

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    Thank you, I'll unplug too.
     
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    Chris88SC i have merge the new thread you posted here as an answer
     
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