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unable to view digital images from floppy drive

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by gwbush, Feb 8, 2001.

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  1. gwbush

    gwbush Thread Starter

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    I am unable to view digital images that I load to a floppy disk. I insert the floppy in the 'A' drive, then click on my computer, then the 'A' drive. When I try to open the
    image number that is displayed I get this
    message: Program not found. Windows cannot find mvc-093f ( this is not the correct
    # of the image displayed) This program is needed for opening files of type 'JPG files'. Location of mvc-093f.jpg:
    C: drive. When I download the images to postmypic they appear. How can I delete this
    reference to mvc-093f being in 'C' drive?
    Help!
    Thanks, Mike in Dallas
     
  2. Kento

    Kento

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    Do you normally view them in a browser window? Try this. Put in the floppy whose pics you can't open and then go into Windows Explorer and click on your A drive so that the files appear in the right pane. While holding the shift key down right click on one of the .jpg files and select 'Open With' on the menu. When the Open With screen pops up scroll down and click once on Iexplore to highlight it and then place a check in the little box where it says "always use this program etc..." then click ok. Now the pics should open in a browser window.
     
  3. gwbush

    gwbush Thread Starter

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    Kento:
    Thanks for the help, Your service is the
    greatest!
    Mike in Dallas
     
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