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Response.binarywrite Cuts Some Of The Image


when I upload images to a db, everything seems to work smoothly. But when I'm trying to view the page, it seems that there is sth wrong with images - all of them are cut at the bottom. The image size is correct, the filesize is ok, but the bottom part of the image is blank...


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