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Downloading pictures from email.

When I right click to "Save picture as" I no longer get the choices of jpg, bmp, gif or ani. I only get one choice which is bmp. Can I get back to the drop down menu that gives me choices??
It is a Gateway 812GM Media Center with Windows XP
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  • LindaWeaver Apr 13, 2008

    NO the problem is not solved. I am so disappointed. Thanks. Linda

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Open 'my computer'. At the top of the page click, 'tools' and select 'folder options.
On the 'general' tab click, 'restore defaults' and the same for the, 'view' tab.
I believe this will correct it.
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Microsoft knows of the issue and has listed fixes and work arounds

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