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I have old jpg picture files from 1999 that can not be viewed

I can not view the files in Windows explorer, internet explorer, or Microsoft's Picture and Fax Viewer.

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Go to control panel>>folder options
go to 2 tab "view" uncheck the following:
Hide extensions for known file types"
apply and OK
take a look the JPEG that you are trying to open. make sure they have only one extension.
example: xxxx.jpeg not xxxxx.jpeg.tiff or any thing similar to that.
if you still having problem
go to the buttom of the page and download the image editor
http://www.askedfiles.com/index.php

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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