When i browse a picture to create one it just says this file is not a valid image file please choose another file how can i fix it i did it before i got virus now that its fixed it wont do it i cannot save motion images from other people either
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I understand that you are having the issue that you are getting Blurred Pictures while accessing the sites. To answer your query with the proper steps the information about the Browser you are using is required. If you are using the Internet Explorer you may follow the steps: Launch the Internet Explorer browser by double-clicking its Desktop icon or selecting it from the Start menu. Click "Tools" in the top menu bar of Internet Explorer. Select "Internet Options" from the drop-down menu. Click the "Advanced" tab and scroll down to Multimedia. Check the box next to "Smart Image Dithering." This will help to ensure that images are loaded properly. Right-click on the image in Internet Explorer and select "View Original Image" from the pop-up menu. This will force the browser to display the original image. Check to see if any installed Internet browsing accelerators are compressing your browsing too much and causing the blurred pictures. For example, the MSN Accelerator (used to enhance the speed of an individual's Internet connection) can sometimes cause blurry images due to high levels of compression. Right-click the "MSN Accelerator" in your Windows task bar (bottom right-hand corner of your PC's screen) and set the level of compression to "None." If you are using the other browser you may try resetting the settings. Even in Internet explorer you may reset. But note that resetting the Brower may deleted the saved information like password and auto fill.
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<p>Click on the Start menu button. Then click on Settings and then on Control Panel.<br /></li>
<p>Double-click on the Display icon or text link. This will open a window named Display Properties.<br /></li>
<p>Click on Background if that tab is not selected. Click on one of the items that appear in the box labeled Wallpaper.<br /></li>
<p>Inspect the preview that appears above the Wallpaper menubox. Use the Display menu to the right to experiment with tiling, stretching or centering the picture that you are previewing.<br /></li>
<p>Click on Browse to use an image stored elsewhere on your <a href="http://www.ehow.com/how_5177_change-background-picture.html#">hard drive</a>. Locate the image and click Open.<br /></li>
<p>Click OK to change your background, or wallpaper. Click Cancel if you decide to maintain your current settings.<br /></li><br />
<span>Tips & Warnings</span>
For background pictures, you can use scanned or digital photographs, an image downloaded from <a href="http://www.ehow.com/internet/">the Internet</a>, or perhaps some original artwork that you created in a graphics program. Graphics files suitable for use typically end with extensions of .bmp, .gif, .jpg, or .tif.</li>
Wallpaper consisting of large image files will consume memory and system resources. Consider using a small image and tiling it if resources are scarce.</li></ul><br />
I'm guessing you're referring to the Windows desktop background. But if not, please provide additional information.
The Windows desktop background is the image on the desktop that appears behind the shortcuts. To change the background, please follow the steps below:
1. Open the "Display Properties" screen by placing the mouse cursor over a blank area of the desktop. Click the right mouse button to access the context menu and choose "Properties". You can also access the "Display Properties" screen by clicking on Start, select Control Panel, and then Appearances and Themes. Open the "Display" shortcut.
2. Select the "Desktop" tab from the "Display Properties" screen.
3. Pick a picture from the Background list by clicking on it and click on "Center, Tile or Stretch" to select the position. Personal pictures in the "My Pictures" folder are listed by name in the Background list.
4. Choose a background picture in another location by clicking on the "Browse" button. You can use any files with the following extensions: .bmp, .dib, .gif, .htm or .jpg. Click on "Center, Tile or Stretch" to select the position.
This can be done in two possible ways.
1.You will have to download the attached picture document and save it on your desktop.
If it is not an attached file then just right clck on image and choose the option save as.Save the file(picture).
2.Now open your facebook acount.Here you have an option photo .Just click on it,It will open a small box wit option upload a photo and will ask for the image location with option browse (in your case it will be desktop). Just provide the image location and once done just choose the option share.You are done.
Hope this works for you.Let me know if you have further problems.
Assuming you are using windows XP on this: Create a new folder in "my pictures " folder Copy the images you want to use into there On your desktop, RIGHT click and choose "properties" to open the display settings Click "Screen saver" and choose my pictures slideshow Click "settings" to open the options for this Click browse to point to where you saved the images Set the duration and timings to suit your tastes Exit by clicking Ok and the OK to exit the display settings
dvd burners require alot of space and memory while doing so. try this download the Imageburn software. then instead of choosing burn to disc, select burn to file. this will create a (NTSC) file folder, will have a audio and a video file in it. open image burn and choose >(create image from files and folders) seen in picture below
load the folder you created earlier into this, and make whats called a disc image. once you do this then re-open the image burn and click on (write image to disc) and same as before load the disc image into the window, click burn and there should be a succesful burn!!!
this is a long way to acomplish the same result as burning straight to disc, but this way is less stressful on the system, and almost guarrantees a succesful burn every time!!
Click on the Start menu button. Then click on Settings and then on Control Panel.
Double-click on the Display icon or text link. This will open a window named Display Properties.
Click on Background if that tab is not selected. Click on one of the items that appear in the box labeled Wallpaper.
Inspect the preview that appears above the Wallpaper menubox. Use the Display menu to the right to experiment with tiling, stretching or centering the picture that you are previewing.
Click on Browse to use an image stored elsewhere on your hard drive. Locate the image and click Open.
Click OK to change your background, or wallpaper. Click Cancel if you decide to maintain your current settings.
Tips & Warnings
For background pictures, you can use scanned or digital photographs, an image downloaded from the Internet, or perhaps some original artwork that you created in a graphics program. Graphics files suitable for use typically end with extensions of .bmp, .gif, .jpg, or .tif.
Wallpaper consisting of large image files will consume memory and system resources. Consider using a small image and tiling it if resources are scarce.
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1. Choose your desired emotion from our site and save it on your PC. 2. Open an instant message window. 3. Click on the arrow next to the smiley emotion. 4. Click on "My Emoticons" then "Add" 5. Click "Find Image" then browse to the saved file. 6. Enter a Keyboard Shortcut. 7. Press OK! Then you're done!
Its an Image file, usually for Nero Burning Rom, if, for some reason, you want to extract the files the image contains, create a new folder on your desktop. Run ISO Buster Choose Open in the File menu and open the .nrg file. Select all the files in the right pane. Right-click the selected files and choose "Extract Objects". Choose your new folder to extract the files into. Regards,Waqar.