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MSPaint, stupid problem

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by CuriousGeorge, Jul 31, 2006.

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  1. CuriousGeorge

    CuriousGeorge Thread Starter

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    I recently reloaded Windows XP on this computer and got everything working the way I liked it except for one thing. A very stupid but very annoying thing.

    Basically, I want my .jpg icon to look like #1 in the attachments below. But they stay like #2. I know XP must be capable of this since before I reloaded it, the icons were as I specified. But I can't figure out how to solve this annoying dilema.

    Any tips?
     

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  2. wilson44512

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    I'm not sure but this might help you
    To repair the file association for your .jpg files, you need to correct the properties. Right-click a JPEG file with the icon and choose properties from the menu. On the General tab, click the change button. then chose what you want associat with it . If you have a preferred image editing app select that. like MS-paint.
    When you click OK you should see all JPEG files on your system with an icon for MS-paint. When you correct file associations for one file, Windows sets the default for all files of that type on your system. hope this helps ya
     
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