Sometimes when I am in a document that has several pictures, some of the thumbnails are blank even though they are pictures. If I double click on the blank thumbnail, then it will show correctly in the large view. Even scrolling between the thumbnails will not show the picture unless I double click. Is there a fix for this?
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Has this happened with more than one disc? Sounds like you may have gotten a bad disc, happens sometimes, especially with cheaper brands. I try to stick to Verbatim for my blanks. I would finalize the disc before trying to repair anything, that way the filesystem is complete. Sometimes a camera will not be able to read the disc but the more stable laser and environement of a computer will. If it starts to happen a lot even with high quality media then there might be something wrong with the camera, clean the lense carefully and see if there may be a new firmware on the net for it. Hope this helps.
How to clear the thumbnail cache in Windows VistaClearing the thumbnail cache: Windows keeps a copy of all of your picture, video, and document thumbnails so they can be displayed quickly when you open a folder. If you delete the thumbnail cache, they will be automatically created when needed. The thumbnail preview problems can be resolved by clearing the thumbnail database and let the system rebuild it as and when required. To do so, use these steps: Click Start, type cleanmgr and press ENTER
Click My files only
Select the system drive letter from the drop-down list
Uncheck all the entries except Thumbnails
The thumbnail database is stored globally in Windows Vista, unlike Windows XP, where the thumbnail database is stored on a per-folder basis. In Windows Vista, the default Thumbnail cache location is mentioned below: %LocalAppData%MicrosoftWindowsExplorer
right click on the pad or mouse when your in your documents or pictures, rest the cursor over VIEW, then select thumbnails. you will be able to see all your pictures in the thumbnails, just double click to see full.
That sounds like your computer is running out of system memory. Instead of crashing, today's computers simply use the hard disk drive (HDD) as memory, when memory runs low, which often will cause the computer to seem very slow and when trying to run a huge memory 'hog' like Photoshop CS2 may eventually cause the computer to lock up (crash). Try increasing your RAM by purchasing more. If money is an issue (these days isn't it an issue for everyone?) you may find a bargain shopping on e-Bay or other re-seller. I bought the extra memory in my computer at about 25% of what it would have cost me in the store. I have 6GB of memory, and can have as many applications open as I like, with no resulting lag. It's great.
I had the same problem this morning - the same grey boxes until you open the individual photos (all this within 24hrs out of the box) but it has now gone away now that i have recharged the unit. I presume it is a power saving function - makes sense really. Just a shame there was nothing in the manual to warn you of this feature.
Try changing the resolution and picture size on the camera. Sometimes the camera settings and computer settings just don't read each other completely. Its starts out great but ends up fuzzy. Hope this helps.