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Can view the pictures with the camera, but get "no preview available" when using PC

Brian Weinberg , Dec 11, 2007; 08:57 a.m.

I can view them in the camera, but I can't get my pictures to open using my PC. I can open some of the pictures, but after a certain date, the problem starts. The date picture was taken and dimensions are blank. Please help, I have pictures of my daughter's birthday party I need to get.

Thanks, Brian

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Jake Crews , Dec 11, 2007; 09:08 a.m.

Did you change the image format to RAW maybe?

Nick White , Dec 11, 2007; 10:07 a.m.

What camera and what software are you using?

Willem van der Jagt , Dec 11, 2007; 10:28 a.m.

I get that too sometimes. But tje Windows Viewer seems to be the only program that has problems with those files. Photoshop opens them without a priblem. Did you try that?

Brett Arthur , Dec 11, 2007; 10:37 a.m.

what gear are you using (camera and PC)?

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