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Re: I have old jpg picture files from 1999 that can not...
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
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Two options for this: 1- In Explorer on top of file window, R click (View) - choose details - check - (date picture taken) - move it up on the list - close list. 2- R click on any file - click rename - add info that you wish - close option, also you can do this with all files on any window by R click menu (Edit) - select all. . good luck.
hi i too have same problem. Easy fix go to control panel go internet options First change your view in control panel to small icons, to view all apps in control panel so back to internet options once opened look down for browsing history click on delete, a new dia box opens tick all then hit delete. Step 2 go to internet op , Browsing history Click settings, click view files select any files in here then delete them. Then also check view objects do same delete any files in folder. the reason for these steps are to rid your computer of cookies that interfere with your graphics ,that is why internet explorer keeps restarting etc
The following instructions apply to both Windows 7 and Windows Vista. Click the Start button , type Programs and Features in the search box, and then click View installed updates in the left pane.Under Uninstall an update, scroll down to the Microsoft Windows section.Right-click Windows Internet Explorer 9, click Uninstall, and then, when prompted, click Yes.
Click one of the following: > Restart now (to finish the process of uninstalling Internet Explorer 9 and restore the previous version of Internet Explorer). > Restart later ... Also use a system utility tool like Reginout to completely remove all unwanted files and corrupt registry files associated with IE9 and are no longer used.
Is this the only icon that is missing?
If so, find the folder C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer (assuming you have drive "C" as your main drive). You should find a file called "iexplore.exe". If you're viewing the folder with "Tiles" as your view option, you should recognize the internet explorer logo on this file.
When you find the file, right-click on the icon, and select "Send To" from the drop down menu. Another menu should appear, and from there, select the "Desktop (create shortcut)" option. This should put the icon back on your desktop.
Hope that helps.
JPG, JPEG, are standard picture files. By default windows XP should be able to open them. But, sometimes Email programs block those files (attachments) because of infection potential. Check your mail security settings, specifically, look for a setting that says "block potentially harmful attachments" and uncheck it. then reopen your mail client program.