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JPEG pictures do not display in WIN XP media center

Helothis message has helped one of my problems :D but i'm still stuck with video clips on my pc that i can only watch with windows media playermedia center won't recognize them it's an hour i've been searching the net for an answer, but i can't find it i had found once on a web site, the same solution that u gave for the pictures but they gave it for video's (too bad my video's were working good bak then, i didnt add the web site to my favorites and i cant find it anymore) so im wondering and hoping really hard that you can help me out thx a lot saby "Dana Cline - MVP" wrote: Some picture that i receive in mail dot show because there is no viewer installed. Although they do show when I use the Windows picture and fax viewer. but don't they show directly on click?

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Seems like a codec confliction to me.
uninstall any codecs that you have installed: divx, quicktime etc then download the "k-lite codec pack" for codec issues or alternatively download "media player classic", you can view jpeg images using media player classic aswell as a wide variation of video formats.
to view pictures in media player classic (not to be confused with an old version of windows media player by the way), simpely open mediaplayerclassic.exe and drag the images you need to veiw on top of it.

hope this helps.

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