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when trying to open jpg file by double clicking on it get this message.  Can drop it onto netscape and it opens fine.
thanks
rrowland080598Asked:
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Tim HolmanCommented:
It may help if you resinstall your service pack, or install one if you haven't got one.
I've seen this before - I think the graphics engine has been corrupted.
Does it happen with a new user profile ?
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dlb6597Commented:
There probably is a problem with mismatched .DLL files with your default application that is associated with .JPG files.  You can find out what the application is by going to View, Options, File Types from an Explorer window.  Scroll down the list until you find JPEG image.  Click it once and see what the "Opens with" application is at the bottom of the dialog box.  I would then see if that application will open the file from its File, Open menu.
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srinivas_arellaCommented:
u can  do this.

1. double click on any .jpg file.
2. And when it displays the Open With dialog box, select netscape and click on O.K.

From then onwards, u will be able to open the files normally. Thats it.
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