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Old May 20th 10, 03:56 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
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Default Picture Viewing Problem On Network

Using my Vista PC on a home network, I'm having a problem viewing the
Picture folder on my window 7 laptop. Some of the folders have created
a separate folder for each picture name. For instance, in a folder
called Furniture Pics, each furniture picture is now a folder that has
to be opened to view the picture. And these rogue folders contain two
of the same picture. When I view the pictures on the Windows 7 laptop
directly, this problem does not occur. Other folders on the network
view correctly.

Thanks in advance
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Old May 24th 10, 08:11 PM
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Using my Vista PC on a home network, I'm having a problem viewing the
Picture folder on my window 7 laptop. Some of the folders have created
a separate folder for each picture name. For instance, in a folder
called Furniture Pics, each furniture picture is now a folder that has
to be opened to view the picture. And these rogue folders contain two
of the same picture. When I view the pictures on the Windows 7 laptop
directly, this problem does not occur. Other folders on the network
view correctly.

Thanks in advance
Home Group introduces the concept of “shared libraries” for music, pictures, and video. As described these shared libraries are accessible from within the navigation panel of Windows Explorer and Windows Media Player, and from the “shared” view of each media category within Windows Media Center. The scope of these libraries is the same from each of these views. May be it happens due to this.
 




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