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  1. stanman626

    stanman626 Thread Starter

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    System Problem – Windows 98

    When I view the contents of my folders, it no longer shows the file preview.
    If I click on a folder that contains photographic images, it lists the following
    On the left side of the screen; Folder Name, File Name, Ulead Image, Modified
    Xx/xx/xx xx:xx am, file size 1,670kb. But no preview image is shown.

    I have
    Tried all of the different file view settings but still no luck.

    Is there a system setting That I can check or change?

    I’m still using Windows 98.

    Thanks,

    Stanman626
     
  2. Davey7549

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    Stanman
    See if This Article has the answer to your problem.

    Let us know.

    Dave
     
  3. steamwiz

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    Do you have View - "view as webpage" - ticked

    steam
     
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