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#1 Thomas3344

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 03:42 PM

Hi,
I am computer newbee so please if you answer break it down so someone who knows very little can follow- I appreciate it

My coworker took some photos of me on his camara phone.
He sent them to my email address.
I was able to enlarge them at work where we have Windows xp
I tried view them on my pc which has vista.
I received an error message
stating something about abode doesnt support jpg or that photos/files were not coded correctly when sent through email

Months ago a freind took them on his digital camara. I once was able to view them fully.
Now I can view them in a small size and when I try to enlarge them I now get the same above error message.
please help.
Thomas
ps I dont even fully understand abode or what it is let alone correcting the issue.
I tried to post my pics on a a web site and that is how I noticed there was a problem.

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#2 Vaerli

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 07:43 PM

Its probably a problem with Vista or the transfer of the pictures. Maybe how you enlarged them at work changed them a bit. If you've got a special software for that at work, it might put it into a non-jpg format.

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