all the way down here as we are fast approaching the forum software limit for sub-threads.
I'm glad you got it sorted by finding another software app that works. Good work.
But I'm still intrigued.
I would love to see a screen print of your "Computer", (the one in the Start menu) to see how Win 7 is listing all these drives. I just wonder if that ( I: ) is a Volume Label.
If you want to end this now then that's fine, but if you wanted to send a screen print of the open "Computer" window, do that, paste it into Paint, remove any personal details that might show, although it shouldn't, save the file as a JPEG, then upload it to some image hosting site like ImageShack, Flickr or PhotoBucket, and paste the link to that full sized image in a post here.
Ohh, and just one more thing. if you open Explorer, (Computer will do or any other Explorer window), navigate to where these pictures are, what happens if you attempt to rename one of them? (Select one, right click, select Rename, change the name then hit Enter). Does Explorer allow that, or does it display an error message? if a message what are those words?
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SP1 32 bit
BIOS Award F3 V6 00PG
Gigabyte H55M-D2H rev 1.4</font>
<font face="Arial, sans-serif">500Gb
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Core i3 550</font>
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2 x 4096</font>
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GeForce GTS 450 </font>
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Intel 3400 2port ATA- 3B26
<font face="Arial, sans-serif">Avast
- Anti virus</font>
I am using FastStone image viewer, and after I have altered a photo I try to save the changes and I get the message " Failed to save the file, it may be read only or used by another program"
I know the program is not open any where else, so can anybody inform me how to check if its "read only"?