Question about HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook
The adobe photoshop starter edition 3.0.1 programme on my PC keeps telling me that it can,t find the files for the images and there is a funny red icon at the bottom of each picture.
Most likey the images have been moved from the orginal location. Try locating them by clicking on the Start Menu...Search...Pictures, Music or Video and check off the "Pictures and Photo's" box. Let the search run and see you can find your pictures. Right click on the white space in the seadch results windows and click on View...Thumbnails if you need to view the pics.
If you hover your mouse over the image it should tell you were the image is located (such as C:\Documents and Settings\(Username)\My Documents\My Pictures\(filename).jpg)
You can then go back to Photoshop open the image by going to that directory.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
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