Posted 30 November 2005 - 09:05 PM
Open 'My Computer' and in the menu bar click on Tools>Folder Options.
Select the 'File Types' tab and scroll down until you find JPEG and JPG file extensions. What is listed as the associated program?
If your system contains no graphics software to deal with jpgs and gifs it normally associates them with Internet Explorer which can handle these files. If your jpgs etc are associated with IE then the problem lies with IE. Reset the settings to defaults or look at a repair. There is a tutorial to fix IE here:http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/How...ress-tut71.html
If those files are associated with IE you should consider installing a graphics package. There are some good free applications which give you basic functions e.g. Irfanview
is a free graphic viewer for personal use, which can view and edit images and playback video. Download it from here
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