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    Window Photo Viewer is not working

    Window Photo Viewer is not working??????? any body has idea about this error.........

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    Apart of non-topic nature of this question:
    Sorry, but your question is too general. Do you use it in Windows 7 or or Windows 8 (provided that you changed from default photo viewer in Win8)? What does it mean "not working"? It doesn't show preview of photos or the problem is different?

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    Yes when i opened image in Window Photo Viewer its showing error.

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    What does the error message say?

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    I would like to suggest you to run the System file checker tool program in your machine (SFC.exe), I think there must be some of the system files are corrupted or damaged. So by this program you can able to locate by which file this problem occurs. Open the command prompt from the All programs> Accessories, run the commend prompt by run ad administrator option. It will ask you to enter the administrative password, insert this one and allow to beginning the scan process. Run sfc /scannow, this will check all system files whether these are properly working or not. If there is any incorrect version of file is running then by the System file checker program it will replace, and I hope by this your problem will be solved.

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