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viewing .psf files

I have upgraded my computer to HP Pavilion a420n with Windows XP; a few years ago, I saved edited photo files in a .psf format which this computer will not recognize. What do I need to do to either open or convert these files. They are very important photos... My default software for photo viewing seems to be Kodak Easy Share, but none of the available programs seems to work to open these files. It's a new computer, new camera, etc.; I don't know where to begin but a software salesman suggested I go to this site for help. Can anyone help me?

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It looks like the file comes from Photo Studio. You can

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download a trial version here, and then resave your images using a more standard format.

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photo suite download

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I have already downloaded a trial version and tried saving the files to jpg or tif formats, but with no success. Any further suggestions along these lines? (Thank you for responding!)

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