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    can anyone tell me y when when i save images of the net i cant preview em.
    but i can when i get em of kazaa

    oh yeah and ive tried different programs, nothin

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    open with -> windows images viewer.

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    Originally posted by {I}{K}{E}@5 February 2004 - 16:19
    open with -> windows images viewer.
    thats the original progran i was useing and everything was alright but then it stoped and thats what i mean, ive tried other programs and nothin

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    this does always work ! just select 'always use this program'

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    it could be an AOL thing..

    "No Preview Available" and "File Format Is Not Supported" Error Messages Occur When You Try to View Graphic Files


    This behavior can occur if the graphic file is compressed. The files are compressed if the following conditions are true:
    You are using CompuServe or America Online (AOL) to download the graphic files.

    -and-
    The CompuServe or America Online (AOL) software is configured to compress graphics.

    This is the default setting in CompuServe and AOL.



    RESOLUTION

    To resolve this behavior, turn off the option to compress graphics in CompuServe or AOL, and then download the graphic files that you want. To do so:
    Start AOL or CompuServe.
    On the Settings menu or the Access menu (as appropriate), click Preferences.
    Click Internet Properties (WWW) or WWW (as appropriate).
    Click the Web Graphics tab, click Never compress graphics, and then click Apply.
    Click the General tab.
    Under Temporary Internet files, click Delete Files.
    Click OK if you are prompted to confirm the deletion.
    Click OK.
    from here: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...kb;en-us;326675

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    Originally posted by {I}{K}{E}@5 February 2004 - 17:33
    this does always work ! just select 'always use this program'
    wha? I DO USE THAT PROGRAM, THE STANDARD SHIT U GET WITH XP AND ITS TICK ALWAYS USE.

    THE PROBLEM IS I CANT PREVIEW ANYTHING I GET OFF THE NET

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    Originally posted by pol@5 February 2004 - 18:05
    it could be an AOL thing..

    "No Preview Available" and "File Format Is Not Supported" Error Messages Occur When You Try to View Graphic Files


    This behavior can occur if the graphic file is compressed. The files are compressed if the following conditions are true:
    You are using CompuServe or America Online (AOL) to download the graphic files.

    -and-
    The CompuServe or America Online (AOL) software is configured to compress graphics.

    This is the default setting in CompuServe and AOL.



    RESOLUTION

    To resolve this behavior, turn off the option to compress graphics in CompuServe or AOL, and then download the graphic files that you want. To do so:
    Start AOL or CompuServe.
    On the Settings menu or the Access menu (as appropriate), click Preferences.
    Click Internet Properties (WWW) or WWW (as appropriate).
    Click the Web Graphics tab, click Never compress graphics, and then click Apply.
    Click the General tab.
    Under Temporary Internet files, click Delete Files.
    Click OK if you are prompted to confirm the deletion.
    Click OK.
    from here: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...kb;en-us;326675
    WHO'S A STAR. CHEERS POL

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  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    You need attention or something?

    You use AOL, HA! no wonder.

    Try a real browser, slick.
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    Mozilla or Mozilla Fire Fox

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