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Kodak Picture CD.

Why does this message keep coming up now when I open Kodak pictures?
The file '' Content. dat'' is missing from
the ''INI'' directory. Insure that the ''PCDAddIn'' installer copied this file from the CD root directory to the hard drive INI directory. At the bottom of the message box it has OK. I just click this. I didn't have this trouble before. Don't know what has happened. XP is my computer. My photo's are in the Kodak file. Can anyone explain to me what I need to do, please.

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(NT) (NT) Reinstall Picture CD and it should be fine.

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Picture CD

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Thankyou John, I will do thata soon. Great help on this forum, love it.

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content.dat missing

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PCDAddin shuld download content.dat into INI directory from CD root

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