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Trouble opening jpeg files and other images in email. All my photo's are jpeg and I have no trouble opening them up.

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Which email and browser are you using to open the images?

Basically, try sending your pictures to an email that will allow you to open big files, such as inbox or gmail.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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I am constantly having trouble opening different files


If you are using Win8, read this
http://www.thewindowsclub.com/change-default-programs-windows-7-8
if you are using Win7, just click Start, type in the search "default", click "Default Programs", then the rest is as described in the Win8 link.

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How to hide files in a jpg photo


1) Take two files -
one which you want to hide and another will be the jpg image(of any size and dimension)to hide that file

If you want to hide multiple files in one jpeg image, just zip them into one file

2) To make the process easy, Copy the above two files to the C:

3) Now open the command prompt (Go to start, Click "RUN" and type "cmd").

4) get to the root by typing cd\ or you can give the path name where the files are located

5) Now type the following command:

copy /b imagename.jpg + filetohide.ext new_image.jpg

6) Now a new file new_image.jpg will be created

7) Double click on the file and it will open the image which you used to hide the secret file

8) To access the hidden file simply change the extension from jpg to orignal extension of the hidden file,

Example: I took an image filename "myphoto.jpg"
I wanted to hide some important word documents so I zipped all the word files and created a zip file "word.zip"
Then copied both "myphoto.jpg" and "word.zip" to c:
Opened the command prompt
Typed the command: copy /b myphoto.jpg + word.zip new_image.jpg
Now I have a new file "new_image.jpg" in C:
When I double click on the new file it shows me the image of "myphoto.jpg"

If I change the extension of new_image.jpg to new_image.zip I can extract the contents of the .zip file

ENJOY !



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on Dec 03, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I'm working with a customer who has a dell optiplex gx280 and JPEG and gif files won't open when she tried to download them from her email to view ...is there a quick fix for this?


Yep, sure is, she needs to change what her default program that JPEG and GIF images are associated with. Trying walking the customer to right click on the image they are trying to open and click on properties and change the default program that the file is associated with. The most basic program to view images for older windows operating systems is Preview.

Oct 29, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Internet photos download as bitmaps instead of jpg's


First open Microsoft Paint by going to Start, All Programs, Accessories and then Paint
Now open the BMP file in Paint. Now all you have to do to save the file in JPG format is to simple do a Save As. Change the File Type drop down menu to JPG and click Save

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"No Preview available"


you need a photo recovery program like asoftech photo recovery, I used the program before, quite easy to use and recover lost photos for me, download it from
http://www.tucows.com/preview/981749/Asoftech-Photo-Recovery

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Lost Olympus Camedia Master 4.2 images


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I,M NOT SURE HOW I CAN GET MY PHOTOS TO LOAD IN JPG FORMAT FROM BMP


Super simple. Open the picture with Microsoft Paint. (Start -> Program -> Accessories -> Paint). Once you've got the image open, go to the top and click file -> save as. In the drop down box labeled Save as type: Choose JPEG (*.jpg, *.jpeg.... ). Then name is something useful, and save it somewhere memorable.

Thats it! Of course, there is more specialized software like photoshop, or paint shop that can do this and much much more, but the is the easiest and cheepest way.

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I have a new Acer Aspier with windows vista. When i try to use the windows photo gallery and click on a photo the photo will not open. I went to the enternet and down loaded some photos that i wanted and...


Depending on the type of file you are downloading, If its a Jpeg. Windows Fax & Picture viewer should open it.

Check the file extension that you downloaded and verify it is an Image file i.e (bmp, tiff, jpeg, gif)... Then, right click that file, choose properties and see Which program opens it.

If there isnt a default setup Click on Change...and choose Windows Fax & Picture Viewer502fd15.jpg

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My daughter tried to email a file with a large # of photos... I have no idea how large the file is but it has to be mega big... The file is stuck in the OUTBOX. I tried to delete it but it locks up...


try to right click the picture and click delete. Once you have deleted all the pictures, If the pictures are from your email sent to you... SAVE it in JPEG format to minimized file size. then try attached all pictures to your email and send

Mar 21, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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