TIFF images causing crashes on windows.  

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MFranquelo
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TIFF images causing crashes on windows.

by MFranquelo » Wed Mar 14, 2012 12:52 am

Im really having some serious issues with TIFFs images for some time now....
maybe its becouse of my computer ? inteil 6600quad core 2.4 4gb ram

I don´t know with which TIFFs exactly my computer crashes (also even when the TIFF is not open, just on the computer, it reaaaaaaally slows everything down, i can´t event open a folder, and i have to delete that file ASAP, i don´t really know when it does get corrupted or....
maybe its becouse of the compression ? or maybe becouse its bigger than 1gb ? i doubt it...

anyone else experiencing something similar to this ?
thank you
Regards, Manuel.

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by AlexandreJ » Wed Mar 14, 2012 8:36 am

You have some shell extension installed that is reading tiff to display thumbnail. On tiff format, it's just a nightmare. You need to prevent that. Quite sure it's the right issue.

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by Lionel Laissus » Wed Mar 14, 2012 10:00 am

it's possible to disable the thumbnail preview :

Check the option always show icons, never thumbnails in the Folder Options
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/disable-thumbnail-previews-in-windows-vista-explorer/

I hope it helped

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by MFranquelo » Wed Mar 14, 2012 4:10 pm

Alexandrej : I think i installed some time ago some kind of program or something to read HDR tumbnails etc... is not on my PC anymore tho... i checked for any program like that and i didn´t find anything, maybe its hidden somewhere or i didn´t delete it properly

Lionel : I´ll try that and see if it works (it doesn´t crash with every TIFF file tho, thats why it stranges me)

Thank you for the responses
regards, Manuel.


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