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Erase an actualizations

I erased some actualizations of windows and now i cant open files who have images or photos, it appears a message that say KodakImg.exe cudnt find the point of entrance......... it can not find the point of entrance of the procedure ?IsICMEnabled@@YGHXZ on the library of dynamic links imgcmn.dll

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You could reinstall the Kodak software or download another photo viewer and install it. You need to make sure the photo viewer will allow you to open with straight through double clicking. Most do.

If u want a simple photo viewer that supports only a few images like JPG
www.fastpictureviewer.com

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Hari,

Am interested in getting the base of this problem. It sounds familiar. Please restate it. You need to be careful at this point so you don't lose your important documents. begin thinking back up while fix the problem.

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