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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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1) Delete all unwanted data from Drive C.


2) Delete all data that you have copied from Drive C to External HDD


3) Open My computer and go to Tools---> Folder Options---->Click on View Tab----> Check 'Show hidden files and folders' and select OK.


4) Go to C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp and Delete everything that you see inside Temp Folder


5) Go to C:\WINDOWS\ here you will find folders like $hf_mig$, here you will have to Delete all the folders starting and ending with $ sign.


6) Empty Recycle bin and restart the PC

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Hard Disk upto 500GB capacity can be added to most of the PCs. As regards compatibility, first you have to check the motherboard for SATA Hard Disk interface as newer hard disks are SATA. Adding the hard disk has nothing to do with the processor. However, motherboard should have the connecting port/ option (such as SATA). Some motherboards support both IDE and SATA devices. Please check the motherboard for SATA Port. You may find the motherboard model/ system model and google a bit for its specification. (You have mentioned AMD Athlon XP 2000, which is the Processor not the motherboard)
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To resolve this problem follow the steps below:
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  2. Click Tools and then click Internet Options.
  3. Internet Explorer 6
    • Under Temprorary Internet Files click on Settings button.
    Internet Explorer 7
    • Under Browsing History click on Settings button.
  4. Click Move Folder and change Temprorary Folder to different location.
    Note: Make sure do not place the temp folder on C:\ or systemroot drive.
  5. Optimize Internet Explorer.
  6. Close Internet Explorer.
  7. Try to open Outlook Express again. To resolve this problem follow the steps below:
    1. Open Internet Explorer.
    2. Click Tools and then click Internet Options.
    3. Internet Explorer 6
      • Under Temprorary Internet Files click on Settings button.
      Internet Explorer 7
      • Under Browsing History click on Settings button.
    4. Click Move Folder and change Temprorary Folder to different location.
      Note: Make sure do not place the temp folder on C:\ or systemroot drive.
    5. Optimize Internet Explorer.
    6. Close Internet Explorer.
    7. Try to open Outlook Express again. To resolve this problem follow the steps below:
      1. Open Internet Explorer.
      2. Click Tools and then click Internet Options.
      3. Internet Explorer 6
        • Under Temprorary Internet Files click on Settings button.
        Internet Explorer 7
        • Under Browsing History click on Settings button.
      4. Click Move Folder and change Temprorary Folder to different location.
        Note: Make sure do not place the temp folder on C:\ or systemroot drive.
      Note: Also create a new folder in drive by the name of temp and selct the location of this folder when you click on move folder.
    Note: if you get the message that temp folder already exites then rename the temp folder and create a new folder.
    1. Optimize Internet Explorer.
    2. Close Internet Explorer.
    3. Try to open Outlook Express again.

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If you want to proceed with the MS Paint Fix, you should first do a search on your hard drive to see if you
have the jpegim32.flt and gifimp32.flt filters.
You can find those files here:
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Click on the "JPEG" key (folder) in the left pane, and you'll see a String Value in the right pane with the name "Extensions". Make sure under the "Data" column it shows only "jpg". If it shows "jpg, jpeg", double-click on the "Extensions" string and from the "Value data" field remove "jpeg" so that it only reads "jpg" (without the quotes).
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