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Re: jpegs that won't open


Hi Ray,
      I hope somebody who knows more can help. I'll send it privately. were
there any others you couldn't open? BTW Windows Paint (under Accessories)
can open .jpg's in 98 and Me.

..........Bill



> Bill,
>
> I am getting an error message that says " unsupported SOF marker type
0xc2",
> with a following message that the jpeg is corrupt.
> The program I use for jpegs is jpegview. I am not an expert on error
messages,
> so what this SOF thing is, don't know. i have used this program for
literally
> thousands of jpegs and never had an issue.
>
> Ray
>
> Bill Meyer wrote:
>
> > Hi Ray and Helen
> >        Well I don't know what to make of that. You are saying that .jpg
> > files that I send won't open? Do they also work in some programs but not
> > others like Helen? I'm no expert, so if anyone can tell me what will
work,
> > please do. The files were compressed in Corel Photopaint 9, which is a
> > pretty mainstream program. My E-mail program is Outlook Express. What
did
> > you try opening them in?
> >
> > ......Bill
> >
> > > Me also. Everything in jpeg format.
> > >
> > > Ray
> > >
> > > "H. WILLIAMS" wrote:
> > >
> > > > I don't know what the problem is Bill, but this is the second time
you
> > > > have attached a picture that I am unable to view.  The viewer opens
and
> > > > there is nothing there.  Is anyone else having this problem?
> > > >
> > > > Helen

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