Question about Adobe Computers & Internet
The way I see it, the picture (file) must be locked by the virus or a process related to the virus...
After the virus has been removed, try moving/copying the picture to a different location. If you've failed on doing so, try doing it in Safe Mode (restart, hit F8 frequently until a menu shows up. Choose Safe Mode and press Enter).
Alternatively, remove your hard drive and put it in a different computer (with an up-to-date antivirus software!). There you could do ANYTHING you want with the file (=picture)!
Posted on May 10, 2010
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