I am having the Toshiba Satellite M100 Laptop, i am having a problem that the JPEG Image in only on the internet Web page fades, it does'nt display properly, as i tried all the options but i was not success please give the solution
Have you tried to reset your browser? You can do this by going to your menu bar > Tools > Internet Options Then clicking the Advanced Tab.
On the Advanced tab look for a button that says "Reset". Press that, close down the browser and start it back up. LEt me know if that fixes it.
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After taking the picture, you need to locate the file folder in which the image was saved. If it is not in JPEG format, if you can, save it to JPEG. Also, you may wish to rename the image to something other than a number. I save the images I have by the person's name with a date. Example: Dark-Judy_2017-Dec-19.jpg
Note: I have a Folder titled Photos. Within my Photos folder, I have files titled: Family, Friends, Garden, Vacation, etc. Those are the files where I save individual images. You may find a similar organization system helpful to you in the future.
Then, you can send the person an email and attach the JPEG image. Note: I always let the indivdual know that a JPEG image (or images) is attached to the email.
Open the image with ANY image editor on a computer (Paint will do just fine) and click "File -> Save As" choose filetype .jpeg and give it a new name. Whe this is done, try to load it again on the projector.
This way you just try to reformat the image in to the jpeg format. If this dose not work, your projector are probably not going to display jpegs at all.
If this still dose not work, you may want to consider formatting the device you put into the projector (If it is a usb, sd card or similar) to ensure it is clean, i suggest formatting to FAT32 as this is most commonly supported by peripheral devices. Aaaand try again ;)
1st) Go to file new and after a blank page is displayed go to File import and when the import screen is displayed go to "files by type" and select "ALL FILE FORMATS" be certain that you are looking in the folder that contains the jpeg file that you want and select it.
not quite sure what you mean about spreading and fading, but make sure you have the latest version of Java installed and that your internet settings are not set too high as it may dissable some pictures on the net.