Re: Saved Pictures on DVD or ClD's are not recognized in Vista.
My problem was I could not read the picture images off of a DVD. I used
another computer to copy the files from the DVD's to CD's. Then Vista was
able to recognize the images and allow me to download them on my computer.
Apparently, I need to upgrade my video card in order to use the DVD
> I've been having problems with the MS Photo Editor's inability to open high
> resolution photo images (in .jpg format) in Vista. However, in XP, the
> program opened high resolution images. The cut-off seems to be about 3-4mbs
> in file size. Above that and I get an error message. I had to change the
> default program for opening images to Photoshop CS2...but I should not have
> to. I'm trying to find out why Vista's version of MS Photo Editor has
> limitations. It shouldn't. However, your problem may be that your image
> file sizes are larger than the Vista MS Photo Editor will open. Try opening
> them in another program other than MS Photo Editor. You may find that it's
> a problem with Vista's MS Photo Editor program. If you find a fix, let me
> "Boulware" <Boulware@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Before upgrading to Vista, I saved all of my picture files on a DVD and a
> > CD.
> > After installing Vista, the files do not show up on the CD. The folder is
> > there but shows no files. The disks shows the correct 4.2GB of data used,
> > but
> > you cannot view the files. Video files appear without any problems, only
> > picture files.
> > I have put both the DVD and the CD's in another computer with XP and they
> > show up with no problems.
> > Any assistance would be great!
> > --
> > Thanks,
> > Boulware