windows xp question. (viewing pictures)

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  1. Gho5t

    Gho5t OT Supporter

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    hi, this just recently started happening but whenever i open a folder filled with pictures, either in thumbnail or slideshow view. i get this error:
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    i went and checked for some updates to solve this at microsfts site, but didn't really see anything that would help me. i'm running windows xp pro. and serivce pack 1 is not installed. i appreciate any advice/tips you might have for getting rid of that message...

    edit: i just realized i get that type of error anytime i open a picture :(
     
  2. MP

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    u got an illegal copy of XP?
     
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    would that affect your answer? heh
     
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    yer fuxoRed
     
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    anyone else dealt with anything like this?
     
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    Reinstall windows over the previous install. See if that fixes it.
     
  7. The Bastard

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    Try assigning your pictures to a different program like photoshop for instance, though it's highly unlikely the fault of a software would generate some ID certification jargon. Try it anyways, failing that reinstall the SP1 and of coarse if that disappoints, reinstall windows entirely. Never been a fan of upgrades myself.
     

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