where do i ask?

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  1. gullicat

    gullicat Registered Member

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    i have a file of pictures that shows in thumbnails, but when i click on some of the thumbnails they show an entirely different piture and the previous picture seems to disappear.

    i run adaware and spybot search and destroy regularly, but that hasn't seemed to affect this diappering notebook of pictures. I am really interested in retrieving the missing pictures... HELP!

    i don't even know where to go to ask for specific help.... could someone send me in the right direction?

    thanks big!

    -sarah
     
  2. no13

    no13 Retired Major Resident Nutcase

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    Wouldn't YOU like to know?
    I'm not understanding your problem comprehensively. Please list the software you are using to view the images, OS version and filenames/filetypes. That info would probably help.
     
  3. gullicat

    gullicat Registered Member

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    Jasc paint shop photo album, starter edition
    .jpg files

    when i put it in 'browse' mode, thumbnails show on the left and the 'clicked' pic shows on the right.

    for only some of the pictures- if i click on the thumbnail an entirely unrelated picture shows on the big screen and replaces it on the thumbnail, while the name is unchanged.

    one thumbnail even pulls up a wrong pic but doesn't change .... go figger!

    i cannot find the 'disappeared' pictures.... but i want them back. G.

    dunno what is going on. Would dearly love some help.

    -sarah
     
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    no13 Retired Major Resident Nutcase

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    Wouldn't YOU like to know?
    try using a different software (am no expert, but maybe there's a conflict)
    Kodak's sw is free
    Regards.
     
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