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Solved: Just reformated. Cant view JPG files.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by computernooob, Apr 9, 2010.

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  1. computernooob

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    hey guys, ive just recently reformated my computer deleting everything. and ive transfered all my old documents to my new documents. alot of the files in my old doucuments are pictures and are the .JPG file extension. before on my old pc i just used to right click on view with windows viewer. but now that i have deleted all my sowftware windows does not reconize the pictures.

    anyway my question was does anyone know of any good FREE sowftware that i can download to view the .JPG files??
     
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    thanks works now:)
     
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    computernooob, I'm curious if you used the imgeditor program or did you download & install IrfanView ?

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  6. computernooob

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    the imageditor program :)
     
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    computernooob, Thanks for the feedback. You can mark this thread Solved using the button at the top of your first post in this thread.

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