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#1 KatC


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Posted 24 March 2010 - 05:41 PM

I took about 250 RAW photos with my Canon Rebel XT today and uploaded them onto my computer immediately. While the card was plugged in and the photos were not yet in my computer files, I rotated them. I then dragged the photos into a file on my computer and deleted them off my memory card. Then my computer started freaking out. AVG notices popped up telling me my files were infected by Exploit.JPEG. The pictures skewed into awful colours (sometimes just blank gray) and would not open. Are these really infected? I don't understand how they could have been. I did not use the Internet at any time, nor did I use a program to change the files. I just rotated them and dragged them onto my computer. Can anyone help me open my photos?

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