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windows photo viewer Loading problem slide show do work

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by wolfgangam, Nov 13, 2011.

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  1. wolfgangam

    wolfgangam Thread Starter

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    Hello to you all!

    i have windows 7 and a few days ago the windows photo viewer just stopped working correctly.
    when i enter a folder with pictures all the thumbnails comes up in a second, then i double click on a photo to view it and the windows photo viewer just show Loading, i waited and waited but no result.
    the funny thing is that if I click the slide show (f11) it shows the picture immediately.

    it is for all pictures in the computer

    thanks in advance.
    Haim
     
  2. haycg

    haycg

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    Create a Windows 7 Repair Disc
    Start - Control Panel - Backup and Restore - at the left top corner -
    Create a System Repair Disc - It may say DVD but a CD works OK

    Computer Repair
    Put System Repair Disc into CD - DVD Tray
    Restart your computer - Be ready to press any key when asked.
    If you don’t press any key in time, windows starts normal.
    Windows is now loading files.
    Title of new screen is - System Recovery Options
    If selection is correct click - Next - Next - Startup Repair
    If it finds something wrong it will repair at the beginning
    ============================================
    Edit
    1. Error Checking- CD not needed
    Start - my computer - right click local disk (C) - properties - Tools Tab -
    Error checking section - Check now - check mark both boxes - Start -
    This requires a restart to begin.
     
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