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Help.... Jpeg, photoshop, Bridge

 
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Apr 06, 2009 12:20 |  #1

Hello, I am in need of some help. I am not sure that anyone will know what is going on but I thought I would try here first.

About 2 weeks ago I noticed this little symbol on my jpeg files when I went to open them.

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It really hasn't been a problem at all but then about a week ago my photoshop bridge program stopped working and it wouldn't let me open it at all or upload any of my photos from my cf cards. It was driving me nuts so I ended up removing my Photoshop cs3 and the components (bridge) from my computer and re install it. the bridge program worked for about 1 hour but then it wouldn't open again. The jpeg files still have the little red icon on them like in the photo above.

This morning I tried to upload some of the jpegs from the meet up to my facebook but it didn't recognize my jpeg file but photobucket does..

This is just very odd and I am wondering if something like this has happened to any of you or if you know that the little red icon means you can help me out. Thanks a ton..

Heather S.
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Apr 06, 2009 17:16 |  #2

Hi there, could you post a close up of the jpeg icon?




  
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