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Unable to open jpg files

I am transferring images from old hard drive to new one. A large amount of the pictures were saved on old hard drive as Thumb_xxxx.jpg. When I open the photo, it is very small (160 x 100). I tried downloading thumbnail viewer, but these files are not thumbnails. What can I do to get these pictures?

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  • naqsh75 Feb 17, 2009

    all the image files did not open in window xp default viewer

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You can download many free Image Viewers visit here..
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_image_viewers

Or If you want a Free Image editor with the same power as Photoshop to view images and also edit and add effects.. there is Opensource Xara Xtreme..
http://www.xaraxtreme.org/

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