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Alright I made some banners in Photoshop and saved them as gifs on a different computer, then copied them to a flash drive. I then copied them to my computer and theres is no preview and when i tried opening it in paint it says files curropted or format not sopported. I tried a different format like jpeg too.. I just dont get why this is happening. I apreciate all the help that you guys can offer.

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have you tried opening them after saving them but before transferring them to the flash drive?

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Ya the images show and everything before i save it to the flash drive.

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Try opening it with IE on the other computer.

Rt Click --> Open with --> select IE or Choose Programs from a list --> select IE

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Ya that works with the other computer. Maybe the flash drive doesn't support images or somthing??

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I've never encountered that before. Does the flash drive have problems with any other types of files?

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Nope , i used it for website files and game patches and it worked fine. I dont get why the images arent formatted correctly.

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Two possibilities:

- You didn't use the proper procedure to eject the flash drive when you put the images on it.

- The flash drive is designed for a Vista computer, and the other computer is XP or earlier.

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I removed the flash drive safely. my computer is kind of older but it has xp. It must be the flash drive i will try it with a different one.

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i got another idea. are you sure you've exported the images properly to *.gif files? cos what you describe happens when you take lets say image.psd file and rename it to image.gif.

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