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Suddenly my Picasa won't open on my computer. I have vista. I've never had a problem opening it before.

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On rare occasions, this might happen I too did felt it many times. Remove this program by entering the Add/Remove programs at the control panel, and re-install it after re-starting the system. Will come alright. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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