How can I use a repeater to display 4 different images within one <tr></tr>?

What I want to do is to display 4 different images in each row of a table using a repeater.   If this can't be done with a repeater, I'm open to solutions using a different method.

This is the code that I have but it doesn't work...

<table>
    <asp:repeater id="rprImages" runat="server">
          <ItemTemplate>
      <tr bgcolor="#00ffcc">
          <td><img src='MakeThumbnail.aspx?FileName=images/<%# DataBinder.Eval Container.DataItem, "FileName")%>' border="0">
                    </td>
                   <td><img src='MakeThumbnail.aspx?FileName=images/<%# DataBinder.Eval Container.DataItem, "FileName")%>' border="0">
                    </td>
                    <td><img src='MakeThumbnail.aspx?FileName=images/<%# DataBinder.Eval Container.DataItem, "FileName")%>' border="0">
                    </td>
                    <td><img src='MakeThumbnail.aspx?FileName=images/<%# DataBinder.Eval Container.DataItem, "FileName")%>' border="0">
                    </td>                  
                </tr>
           </ItemTemplate>
     </asp:repeater>
</table>

All help would be greatly appreciated
MastaGardenerAsked:
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Jesse HouwingScrum Trainer | Microsoft MVP | ALM Ranger | ConsultantCommented:
Unless you re-work your query to return 4 filenames per row this concept won't work.
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MastaGardenerAuthor Commented:
Okay...how can get 4 images in each row using a different concept?
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b1xml2Commented:
<asp:DataList id="DataList1" runat="server" RepeatColumns="4">
<ItemTemplate><img src='MakeThumbnail.aspx?FileName=images/<%# DataBinder.Eval Container.DataItem, "FileName")%>' border="0"></ItemTemplate>
</asp:DataList>
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b1xml2Commented:
DataList is in-between DataGrid(most complex) and Repeater (least complex)
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MastaGardenerAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot!
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