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Something that seemingly had nothing to do with the problem at hand. Subkeys for all my graphics files were gone. I found a hint in another forum that in a former Windows version (Win 2000) it was necessary to edit the registry if the problem exists. Does anyone has an idea how to activate this preview function? http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/cant-see-icons-in-thumbnail-view-in-windows-explorer.3491/

Windows 7 Folder View Options

Thanks for further help! Great site. On my Me machine they are not associated with any program. How do I configure Windows Server 2008’s Windows Explorer so that it displays thumbnails of files?

Hope I've made this somewhat clear Dec 11, 2002 #1 StormBringer TS Rookie Posts: 2,244 See if IconShop or IconEdit32 either one will give you the option of associating .ico thank you Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 28, 2004 Thank you. If this situation is true on your system, you could use copy and paste functions to copy the subkey and value to the .jpg class key to avoid mistyping these values. Windows 7 Folder View Keeps Changing Just click Tools in the menu at the top and choose Folder Options>File Types>then find the extension and change the program that opens it.

There's more info on the site but that's all it took for me! Default Folder View Windows 10 Cancel ColorYourWorld Tue, May 11 2010 14:43 In reply to Gonzo: Oh Gonzo, I feel your pain. In the scrapbook the cdr files are displayed correctly. Change your view from "Details" to "Medium Icons" (or larger). [edited by: Hugh Johnson at 18:54 (GMT -5) on Sun, May 9 2010] ClipartDirectory.png View Hide Cancel Ottawa Sun, May

more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science Change Default Folder View Windows 7 This should be publicized widely. Between these two questions (and investigating my own problem with .html icons), I figured out what was the likely cause of all three of our problems. All that won't display as thumbnails are jpgs.

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I used to have the microsoft photo editor on here but I do not know what program added it. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000284.htm THIS ONE WORKS! Windows 7 Folder View Options Cancel Gonzo Mon, May 10 2010 8:52 In reply to Ottawa: I thank you for your assistance but neither middle nor large icons work - that's the problem: Any more How To Change Folder Icons In Windows 7 To A Picture Because this problem can occur with other graphic file types such as .bmp, I will make my explanation general.

But I found out and followed your instructions and now my thumbnails are displaying! his comment is here I followed your instructions in the article and my thumbnail view is back. It fixed it... This works! How To Set Details View For All Folders Windows 8

Poking around a bit I've seen a few references hinting that maybe Adobe Photoshop or Elements 2(I have both) may have hijacked the file associations. Thanks! I'm looking for a fix like this .jpg fix for .wmv files. this contact form If you have other versions of draw installed and the file assoc.

If you are unable to see any .JPG images the extension may be corrupt and may need to added into the Registry. Windows Explorer Displays Folders In Which Type Of View By Default Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Apr 18, 2005 Very,very,very thank you!!!!!! I bet that you recently uninstalled Microsoft Photo Editor from Microsoft Office (XP, Win2K, or Windows 97) or perhaps uninstalled and reinstalled Office without including Photo Editor in the reinstallation process.


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Cancel Gonzo Mon, May 10 2010 13:59 In reply to wache: Thank you for your assistance. Log In or Register to post comments Terry McArthur (not verified) on Sep 14, 2003 This disappearing act happen to me about six months ago and your fix helped me recover You guys ROCK! http://homeshareware.com/windows-7/usb-not-detected-windows-7.html Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.

Thank you! Good luck to your publication. Unable to see some JPEG files A JPEG (.JPG or .JPEG) can be created in four-channel, CMYK color format. In vista I had to do this...

Lost File & Program Associations! For example, is it all .jpgs, but .pngs are not showing? Similar Topics Icons stuck on "Thumbnail View" Dec 1, 2005 Change folder colour in thumbnail view Nov 27, 2004 Can't view icons files Aug 18, 2005 Unable to view Folders in Does anyone knows about that and could it be possible that it is the same thing?

I was pointed here by someone who has the same problem.

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