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-hey all

i don't know what i did But the problem is when i try to open up any image that is on my desktop it gives the below mentioned error..And the other thing, earlier when eva i save any pic .. Can geek ppl help me out of this..
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C:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\Desktop\Picture%20004_jpg[1].jpg
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C:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\Desktop\Picture%20004_jpg[1].jpg is not a valid Win32 application.


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OK
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http://www.dougknox..../file_assoc.htm
download and install the jpeg association fix
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thnks very much .. its now working good ........
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hey gerryf,
One more question, i am using this hp a1328x which i bought recently ... it comes with so many media player onloaded.. real player, windows media player, sonic, rhapsody, Intervideo WinDvD,HP music, Windows moview maker, muvee auto producer............Do i need all these things with me ........


Eventhough i have unistall the Onload HP games from add & remove.. but its still there in programme.. how do u completely remove it from the harddesktop

Thank You

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no, you don't need all those

When you say it is still there in programme, do you mean in c:\program files folder?
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when clik on the start button from the task bar , you get this option in which there is programme just above the documents and you get to see all those programme that are being installed in ones computer......

which media player u think i should keep.. cuz i have this dvd +writer with me .

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sometimes, icons are left behind by uninstalls--right click the icon in the startmenu and choose DELETE

If it were me, I'd keep windows media player, Intervideo WinDvD,, Windows moview maker....but that's me

They really do not take up that much space
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