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Can't get an image that is a GIF file to open


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When I attempt to open a GFI image that I have down loaded or received in an E-Mail or stored, I can't open it if, it is in a framed box with a small box in the upper left hand corner that you are suppose to click on to make an image appear. When I click on this small box NOW with a red X in it for about a second I see some small designs in the small box that I have clicked on,it is ( the way it ust to look before I got this problem)it is a GFI file image icon that won't open I think there is a setting in the register turning off the file so it won't open. OR a Virus. HELP, thanks Big Boy

Edited by big boy, 22 June 2009 - 11:07 PM.

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Well, I am still waiting for some of the best brains in the computer field to figure out why I can't open the red X (GFI)image. I thought I would answer my own self and see if the thousands of users would look again at my problem. I have posted it three times I think with all of the information needed. Come on guys Think! LOL I have thought out. Thanks, for reading this plead. Big Boy
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Well I solved my own problem. I downloaded a program that is capable of displaying images with T.6 (ccitt Group 4) compression from the US Paten Office Site. For free
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