Question about Intel (RK80532PG0881M) Pentium 4, 3 GHz Processor
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.
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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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
Start the Windows Explorer
Go to Tools / Folder Options / View
In the first section under Files and Folders, check Do not cache thumbnails
Now you can search for the thumbs.db file on your computer and remove them. No more should be created.
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