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FUJICOLOR Photo Viewer 2.0 installation

I just got a CD with photos on it and my PC will not open these images. I get the following error message: "Cannot find config file, resFlexAuto.ini.

Do you know if there is software I need to install?

Thanks, Bill

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I searched the Internet and downloaded print@fujicolorphotoviewer and it solved my problem. Thank you.

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