How to handle .INI files

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I have my pictures in a file. When I click on the file to see them, I get this .ini but no pictures. I am not interested in why the all knowing Microsoft does this. All I want is my pictures. Seems like a simple request with a simple answer.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    It is not cleared either picture file is there or not. Generally, a picture file extension is like .jpg/jpeg, .bmp, .png, .tiff! Is there any file that has the any of the extension. 
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  • ToddN2000
    Are they in a file or a folder? If a file what kind of file and what was it created with? Typically an .INI file is an initialization file for an application. How are your images named? IF using Win7 or later, have you tried clicking start then typing the name in the search box to see if it finds your file/picture?
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  • danieljones
    This problem happens when you remove the pictures using another program.
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