When Click On Thumbnail In Photo File Getting Error Message?
Apr 3, 2016
Windows 10 entered my computer when the auto update for windows 8.1 came on. My computer went bad! Spent about 10 hours on the phone with Microsoft techs. For example, I sent an e-mail to some friends with photos (not in attachments, but straight on the e-mail).
When the person received the e mail and opened the attachment with a photo, they gained entry to my total personal photo collection! I am now back to windows 8.1, one drive has been disabled. However, I am left with the problem that When I go to my folder with my photos and click on a thumbnail to enlarge it, I get an error message. The photo won't enlarge.
Each time I click on the tile for the start menu a message comes up saying critical error and will try to restart going through the same process over and over. I am able to get online using my security password program but cannot use any menu options and cannot get into setting to restore .
I can't slowly scroll through my files or make it through an entire before the OS returns my page to the first line of photos. It's practically detrimental to my work-flow as I am a photographer. I can't look through my files to choose my next project with the files suddenly disappearing from my screen.
Is there a system-wide bug, a ubiquitous problem with this, and if so how can I debug it?
I am using windows 10, but i face a simple problem. i am unable to open jpg, png file via windows photo viewer. I can't change the option. I have already go to control panel> default program >windows photo viewer but here is no jpg and png file, I see only tiff, tiff file. so at this time how can i solve this problem.
Note: photo open via windows 10 default photos apps.
This is not a problem just a observation. I noticed something strange when I went to download Brink's reg file to bring back the Photo Viewer. Either Pale Moon or Windows 10 thinks it's a .TS video file.
I decided to change my powersupply to the new one I just bought. The powersupply wasnt working properly at first doing things like only one cpu fan turns on and the cpufan light doesnt turn on. I wanted to test to make sure everything was working fine before I close up my system so I did a test with everything plugged in including harddrives. When i turn the pc on I am not getting a message saying "NTLDR is missing". I read its something about the boot drive but I dont know how to solve the problem. I removed that powersupply and plugged in my old one that works perfectly fine and still get the message obviously. Could this be because of upgrading to windows 10 or maybe because started up the computer without a harddrive plugged in or maybe the powersupply somehow messed up my harddrive.
Have had home builds for years with no big issues before windows 8.1 and now windows 10. I thought i had issues with memory or graphic card on my previous computer so i ended up buying new parts for a new build.
But nothing changed. Not so frequent as before but up to several times a day my computers gets an BSOD. I must say it is random for me what i am doing while this happens.
Different messages before restarting. The 2 last one while trying to create this thread and making the dump zip file was Kernel check failure and DPC watchdog violation.
For months I have had a problem on my Windows Phone where when I sync my account manually it pops up with an error (and does sync) saying it's not been synced for 2 months (which is not true). My other two accounts don't have this issue. It was never a problem on the PC (Win 8). However, on Windows 10 Mail app I'm getting errors with that account (not the others though). It showed error 80070490 and referenced Windows Phone, even though I'm on a PC.
Okay so i have download threw windows installer, it gets to about 60% on the install (its in the installer not windows update)and gives me an error message (i have not been quick enough to catch it yet) and then reverts right back to windows 8.1. Then MAKES ME re download windows 10 AGAIN!! I am going to try to catch the error the next time, but crashing during install and then reverting back to 8.1 just to redownload it.
Also according to windows update it has failed to install 16 times!!!
Since build 10166 I can not open Outlook 2010 on my PC. I am getting the message that I do not have permission to open the folders. I can get it to open if I open as admin but that has limited functionality.
I have checked the folders properties and there is nothing in there that has changed.
Windows 10 installed an automatic update on my Dell laptop a few days ago. Thereafter, when I tried to refresh my home page at my.yahoo.com using the "Firefox" browser, I received the following error message:
The page isn't redirecting properly
Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.
This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies.
Prior to the update, I had no difficulty signing onto my.yahoo.com in Firefox. I can still upload the page correctly on Internet Explorer, but it is not my first choice browser. I have looked at various forums on line and cannot find a solution (suggestions to enable cookies, disable cookies, clear cache, etc. have not worked).