Jpeg and the browser

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Hello all, I'm trying to open several Jpeg images from my email account, however, every time I click open or save it shuts the whole browser down. Fortunately the image does save and I can view it, but I have to restart explorer to to then save the next image etc etc... Any ideas? Google didn't bring much up.

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  • JennyMack
    Hi there, Could you please provide more information on your issue? For example, what e-mail client or service are you using? Do you only have this issue with JPEG files, or all image files or attachments? Do you receive an error message when the browser shuts down? The more specific you can be, the better members can help answer your question. Thanks, Jenny Community Manager
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  • Cou1tas
    I'm using Tiscali and Internet Explorer 8. I have tried both JPEG and Jpg files and the error message appears once the browser has closed saying 'you're internet browser closed down unexpectedly'. I haven't tried any other files yet and it's never happened before I updated my explorer to version 8. Many Thanks.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    Also, what's your default application for loading JPEGs? It could be something related to that.
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  • Schmidtw
    At what time, in relationship to IE7 and SP3, did you install IE8? There were some problems with the pre-release version of IE8, and the install with IE7 and SP3, and that may have something to do with what you are experiencing. Hope this helps! -Schmidtw
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