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    XP image resizer toy

    I can't get this to work, whatever I do. When I right click on an image and click 'resize' - whatever format the image is in - I just get a message that it couldn't be done.
    Can anyone explain why and help me make it work?

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    what is the exact message?

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    unable to resize image <name of image>

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    Been using this for a while and not had any problems.

    Wondering if "image resizer" runs as a "SYSTEM" process and you have the system in security properties for the images but not sure?

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    Registering the top DLL worked for me but you may have to register the botttom one aswell.

    regsvr32 shimgvw.dll

    regsvr32 phototoys.dll

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    Ta will try it

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    What is the source of the images? I've found it craps out (for want of a better phrase!) on a lot of images imported from mobiles and el cheapo cameras/webcams... Gave up shouting at it and use VSO Image Resizer instead here...

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    I seem to remember an XP Home install i had on an old laptop that the powertoy just stopped working. Right click -> Resize Image -> nothing. No reinstalling etc fixed it and I just ended up using the aforementioned VSO

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    Working fine here on sp3

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    DLL registering didn't work
    Will try the repair but don't hold out a lot of hope as I only downloaded it this morning!
    The images are mostly from reasonable cameras.

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    FastStone Image Viewer, Screen Capture, Photo Resizer ...

    An alternative image resizing app, its very good and free.

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