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I have Image Expert 1.8.5 that was supplied with my Toshiba camera (that I no longer use). Recently the program offered to compress my files (or at least that's what I thought I was being offered). After the operation, the folder "image exepert images" is now displayed in blue. When I tried to back up these files to a flash drive, I kept getting the message: "Cannot create or replace Image Expert Images. Cannot find the specified file. Make sure you specify the correct path and file name." (However, when in the Image Expert program I can retrieve the folder and the images) How can I fix this?

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Try this
To fix this problem:
1. Click on Start/All Programs/ Picture Studio.
2. Select  Image Expert
3. Select  Image Expert Standard. The  Image Expert application will open.
4. Shut down the  Image Expert application and open WorkingArtist by double-clicking on the icon.
5. The problem dialog should be gone.
if this does not solves your problem check out this 
There are three known reasons for this error message: 

1. The image file is not valid. 
Locate the image file and double-click on it. If the file does not open, it is probably not a valid image file. 

2. You do not have Microsoft Office Graphics filters on your computer. 

WorkingArtist is shipped with a default setting for Microsoft Office Graphics filters. 

If you are not using Microsoft Office, you may need to change the setting in WorkingArtist. 
You can check to see if the Microsoft Office Graphics Filters are installed on your machine by doing the following: 

a. Go to Start/Find/Files or Folders; 
b. In the "Search for Files" field, type in: jpegim32.flt 
c. In the "LookIn box" select: c:\ 
d. Click on Find Now; 
e. If the File jpegim32.flt does not exist, you do not have the Microsoft Office Graphics filters. 
You can install the Microsoft Office graphics filters from your Microsoft Office or Microsoft Word setup disks. Choose the Custom Install. The option that you want to install is called Filters and Converters. 

If you do not have Microsoft Office Graphics. 

a. Open WorkingArtist; 
b. Click on Artist Info/Options; 
c. Click on the Artwork tab; 
d. Select "Alt Filters" from the Image Display Method Box. 

The "Alt Filters"generally work just as well as Microsoft Office Graphics filters. 

3. The image file is too large. 
We recommend using images files that are under one hundred KB in size. This is a good size for linking to applications and uploading to your website. 

If you have larger images, we recommend the following: 

a. Create a folder for your large image files. These files can be used for high quality printing; 

b. Make copies of the large image files and place the copies in a second folder; 

c. Using software, such as Photshop, resize the images so that they are smaller (under one hundred KB). Photoshop has a "Save for Web" option; 

d. The smaller images in the second folder can be used to link with WorkingArtistor for upload to a website. 

e. For batch resize of your images, check out http://www.digitalphotoslideshow.com 

This inexpensive utility has a function that will resize an entire folder of images.
if still the problem.then relaod the softweare agin from the cd.and then check out.this will help you.
thanks.please do rate the solution.thank you for using fixya.keep updated.

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