Your issue is Adobe Photoshop. If you had never installed it this issue
would not occur. How fix? Can't as far as I know. Uninstalling Adobe will
do nothing. You followed all the articles. What more can you do? You will
likely start to lose icon associations in the Control Panel and in
> Program used to open: Viewprint
> I removed all file associations for .jpg and then just got
> the generic icon, still no thumbnail.
> Yes, Adobe Photoshop and many others installed.
> All folders behave the same.
> I can see a thumbnail for .mix and .eps plus a few
> others. It seems that I cannot see thumbnails for the
> more common file types (gif, jpe, tif, bmp, etc.).
> >-----Original Message-----
> >Go to Windows Explorer | Tools | Folder Options | File
> Types | and select
> >the .jpg file type. Click Advanced if you have it. If
> not click Restore.
> >Highlight open and click Edit. Tell us the program that
> is used to open the
> >Do you have ANY other Image program installed. The likes
> of Adobe
> >Can you choose some other folder that has images in it
> and View it as
> >George Hester
> >> Choosing the thumbnail view yields only icons for the
> >> associated program. The registry entries correspond
> >> Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - Q243401 and Microsoft
> >> Knowledge Base Article - Q192573.
> >> Running Office XP with Photo Editor installed.
> >> Please help - thanks.