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MESSAGE READING ON SCREEN

WHAT DOES THE MESSAGE ON THE SCREEN REFER TO

UNSUPPORTED IMAGE FILE

THIS OCCURS SOMETIMES WHEN TRYING TO VIEW PICTURES

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Because your system does not support that picture type. images have so many types. check which type of picture is. and if you cant open that pic u can open it into another format also make sure that file should be image.

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