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When I take digatal pictures they have always said JPEG .... Now when I put the disk in to see my pictures it wont do anything .... they wont come up it keeps saying something about changing Format ? I know nothing about this I think my son was on here and he did domething I just want to be like it was HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPP pleaseeeeeeee thank you

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  • Curtis Richner May 11, 2010

    Do you mean disk or memory card? Have you tried other media to see if it works? It could be a problem with the storage media itself. Do you have another system you can try it in to see if it reads? Could also be that different software has been set to open jpeg files on your PC.

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You may want to try reinstalling the software disk, if there is one. Otherwise, there is always the good ole reboot. If you have a newer model operating system, you can go back in time to try and fix stuff.
Go to the control panel > and under the system maintenance there is a "system restore" either on a list or on the left side. Go ahead and try clicking and restoring to a few months ago to see if that works. Note: This will NOT delete any emails or files...the only thing, if any, that it will delete will be malware or recent programs you downloaded, but all your personal items will not be changed.
After you do this, try it again. If it didn't work, you can ALWAYS go back to the current day the same way you went back, and it will be like nothing happened.
I do this first because of convenience.
Let me know if this helps.

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