Maybe I'll seem a bit stupid as I'm not sure whether I got it right, but as far as I understand, the advice was to copy the images to your hard drive instead of trying to process them right on the card (or in your camera). Just create a folder and copy via right-click menu, or select the files and hit Ctrl+C (this is a global hot-key for copying), change to the folder on your HDD where you want the files and hit Ctrl+V, or open two explorer windows next to each other and drag-n-drop. Try to open the files and see if the problem is still there.
If this really fixes the problem, then it might be a good idea to try and replace the card -- it can be faulty. Hope that this will help and sorry if I told some obvious things. Good luck! Boris On 30 ноября 2012 09:05:16 Ebizjoey wrote: > >Copy files off a memory card or out of your camera onto your computer > >before working on them. > > > >You may find that helps. I've seen problems with slow cards or faulty > >camera connections somtimes. > > > >Liam > > > Thanks Liam, how would one do that? I see the card in "computer" (vista) but > if > I hit copy off a right click nothing happens, if you have time please advice > (older and new to computers) and let me thank you now as it is late here in > Cleveland OH and I am going to get some sleep now - so thank you much. > _______________________________________________ gimp-user-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user-list