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[SOLVED] Viewing my documents (pics)

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by cazzyd, Oct 4, 2003.

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  1. cazzyd

    cazzyd Thread Starter

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    Hi, I have windows 98 se (if that helps?) I have loads of piccies (jpeg) saved under my documents which I have always viewed in just a normal window.... but for some reason they have all changed to quicktime pictures which can only be viewed on the quicktime picture viewer. The problem is that some of the pics just come out blank, or have breaks in them or stripes.
    Are my pictures ruined or is there any way of reverting back to veiwing them in a normal window and not quicktime picture veiwer????
    I am totally stumped as to why this has happened, one minute I was viewing them normally, then I saved a piccie off the internet... went to my documents to view it, and quicktime picture viewer came up. When I then checked all the rest of my jpegs... they had all changed to picture viewer.
    Please help as I am so gutted at losing some of these piccies:(
    Thanx, caz & rach.
     
  2. cazzyd

    cazzyd Thread Starter

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    Hi, me again.... just 2 let u know that I have solved the probem by looking at your archived msg's and some1 else had the same problem. I have now solved this problem.... thanx.
     
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    Glad to here all is well. :)
     
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    If you would post a link to what you found, it could help someone else without having to do addtional searching ;)
     
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