Well as far as the generic icon instead of a thumbnail, on the toolbar click on View and select Thumbnail. On your error it's best to understand what truncated means:
To cut off the end of something. Usually, the term is used to describe a type of rounding of floating-point numbers. For example, if there are too few spaces for a long floating-point number, a program may truncate the number by lopping off the decimal digits that do not fit: 3.14126 might be truncated to 3.14. Note that truncation always rounds the number down. If the number 1.19999 is truncated to one decimal digit, it becomes 1.1, not 1.2.
Which means somehow you could have possibly lost or corrupted the files. There's discussions about this in the forums in Adobe's site. There are different reasons
In my researching this I found a site that offers a free application to retrieve truncated .jpeg files. It might be worth a shothttp://schmidt.devlib.org/software/identif...jpeg-files.html
I also found this suggestion
"You've got to go to the "file exchange" control panel and "map" the jpg suffix to photoshop. The normal install on recent OS's defaults to use Picture Viewer to open jpeg's."
Edited by garmanma, 30 October 2007 - 06:53 PM.
why won't my laptop work?
Having grandkids is God's way of giving you a 2nd chance because you were too busy working your butt off the 1st time around
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