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Changing file names

Sadly, I've already tried this -to no avail!! I'm getting a 'Thumbs db' data base file keep coming into my picture folders as well, never had that before.

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I'm thinking this may be a software glitch with the pic program you're using. You might try removing and reinstalling it. At this point I'm out of ideas, and I think the only way i would be able to help you is if I had the machine in front of me. I'm going to suggest reposting the problem, maybe one of the other experts here will know a solution, and reply.

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Need to know how to stop thm from downloading into computer


Assuming you are using Windows XP, the following solution applies to remove the thumbs.db file from your picture folders. The function of thumbs.db is just to cache the pictures in that folder so that previews load faster, so you can safely disable this feature and delete the file.

First let's turn this feature off, so that no new thumbs.db files are created (the thumbs.db already created will have to deleted manually:

1) Open My Computer or any windows folder
2) From the top menu options, click on "Tools"
3) Open Folder Options, click on "VIEW" tab (right of "GENERAL" tab)
4) In "Advanced Settings", under "Files and Folders" sub heading, put a check mark in the "Do not cache thumbnails" option (by default it's unchecked).
5) Now, click Ok and close the folder.
6) That's it, no more annoying "thumbs.db" files.

Next follow these steps to remove the thumbs.db files already created in your hard drive.

1) Click on Start button and open "Search"
2) Click on All Files and Folders (by default XP search is set to standard. Advanced mode is slightly different and can be selected from "change preferences" --> "change files and folder search behaviour", but basically the procedure remains same.
3) Type "thumbs.db" in "all or part of the file name"
4) In the Look in box, make sure all local hard drives is chosen or you can select "my computer" too from the drop down menu.
5) Now, this step is important, expand "more advanced options", by clicking on its arrow and make sure all the first three options, ie, search "system folders", "hidden files" & "subfolders" are selected (have check marks). If not select them. (Remember, most "thumbs.db" have an "hidden file" attribute, so if hidden file search is unchecked, either no results or very few only will appear.
6) Click "Search" and wait till search is completed. It can take a long time depending on your hard drive size and contents.
7) All thumbs.db files in your hard drive will be displayed
8) Click "Edit" from the top menu options and click "Select All" from the drop down menu.
8) Click "File" menu (left of EDIT), now click "Delete" rom its drop down options.
9) Click "yes" if asked for confirmation. Close "search", now go to "Recycle Bin" and empty it.
10) Your PC is now free of "thumbs.db" pest forever.

Jan 15, 2012 | Cell Phones

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Disable the annoying thumbnail cache (Thumbs.db)


Windows XP, by default, shows the thumbnails view of certain folders, whether you want it to or not it may still revert back to the clumsy Thumbnails view.<br /><br />It does this for any folder in which it finds the THUMBS.DB file if like me you don't like to have this hidden little file.<br /><br />To stop this being created for all folders use this registry tweak<br /><br /><a href="http://cid-b9ec6690da6fa3eb.office.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/TWEAKS/Disable.Thumbnails.reg">http://cid-b9ec6690da6fa3eb.office.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/TWEAKS/Disable.Thumbnails.reg</a><br /><br />Then do a full file search and delete all the THUMBS.DB files as this will only stop new ones being created. OK<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />

on Dec 06, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 Full...

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Removing Thumbs.db Files


When viewing a folder with the Thumbnail view, WindowsXP creates a thumbs.db file.
This is a cache of the current pictures in that directory.
If you want to turn this feature off and save a little disk space

  1. Start the Windows Explorer

  2. Go to Tools / Folder Options / View

  3. In the first section under Files and Folders, check Do not cache thumbnails

  4. Now you can search for the thumbs.db file on your computer and remove them. No more should be created.

on Oct 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I am trying to use Picasa 3 and was doing great, now when I try to use it I am getting a message that says CBlockFile::open Block err=2 thumbs ob I love the program and use it daily please tell me how...


Every folder on your C: drive that contains any picture will contain a file named 'thumbs.db'.
So, close Picasas.
Open "My Pictures", and then open the folder that contains the picture.
Click 'Tools".
Click "Folder Options".
Click "View"
Change the setting to "view hidden files".
Delete that 'thumbs.db' file.
Change the setting to "hide hidden files".
Re-open Picasa.
Picasa will rebuild that 'thumbs.db' file.

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How do I transfer picture from my e-mail to photo album so I can print it.


Looking at the photo in your email, you should be able to do this by following these simple steps.

Move the mouse cursor onto the picture and Click the Right Button on your mouse.

When the drop down list appears, You should select SAVE PICTURE AS

Then you will be prompted to name the file
So, type whatever you need, Duck On Pond, Moms Bday, etc, etc...

The default file type may be set for any extention. Usually it will say .JPG
This will enable the fastest emailing, uploading if you ever want to send it to others etc...

The most important fact to remember here, when you select save pictrure and are naming the file (name of picture),

PAY CLOSE ATTENTION to where you are saving it to...

You mentioned saving it to photo album... Perhaps you already have a folder on your harddrive called photo album and that would be great.

IF NOT. The picture will most likely be saved and waiting for you in a file called Document and Settings on your main Harddrive (Harddrive C:/)

Hopefully I've made this quick simple and easy enough that you find it useful

Respectfully

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Removing Thumbs.db Files


When viewing a folder with the Thumbnail view, WindowsXP creates a thumbs.db file.
This is a cache of the current pictures in that directory.
If you want to turn this feature off and save a little disk space

  1. Start the Windows Explorer

  2. Go to Tools / Folder Options / View

  3. In the first section under Files and Folders, check Do not cache thumbnails

  4. Now you can search for the thumbs.db file on your computer and remove them. No more should be created.

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When the program prompts, then creates a backup file for a database, it has a .bak suffix (not amazing). However it also creates a folder in the 'Safe' folder under c:\program files\estimates... All I had to do was locate the most recent version of the db files in the Safe, copy the folder to the c:\documents and settings\...\Invoices directory, and the most recent uncorrupted database was readily available for File Open. Voila.

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Hello friends....
u dun need to panic, here's a very simple solution!

The phone memory drops basically coz of LIFEBLOG DATABASE file. You need to have some Explorer Software to access this file. Either install X-plorer v1.22 or Y-explorer etc etc.
Then follow these steps:

1. Go to C:\Data\Lifeblog\Database
2. You will find a file lifeblog.db, it is because of this file whose size varies. Usually it stays around 1 mb but sometimes it goes upto 20mb + driving out whole of the Phone Memory.
3. Try deleting this file.
4. In case it gives a message that file cannot be deleted coz it is in use by some application, then go back to folder.
5. Rename the "DATABASE" folder to any other name. Now you will be able to delete "lifeblog.db" without any error msg. After deleting that, rename the folder back to DATABASE.

Here you go....ur problem is solved!

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RECEIVING sms ON 8GB IPHONE BUT CANNOT OPEN


You may try this iTunes data recovery software! It helped me recover deleted text messages from iPhone 4.

Tenorshare iTunes Data Recovery is a great and professional iPhone data recovery tool for you to recover iPhone data you deleted or lost even your phone is broken or stolen. It takes a good advantage of the iTunes backup file.

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