ASJF ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> I have some trouble with a JPEG file... When trying to open this file I 
> get :
> Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x00 0x00
> Fine...
> The file seems not to be truncated, it has the same size as the other ones.
> Do you know how I can change the start of file and the end of file of a 
> JPEG picture using the gimp or any other thing?

What makes you think that it indeed does contain a JPEG file? Instead of
being just a blob of random data which happens to have a name ending in
".jpg"?

Can you open it with other programs?

Bye,
        Simon
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