Since, even after the nine MS Updates to my P/C on 6/10/09, this problem
continues today, I will present this request for help again. The following
was copied from an older thread WHICH FOR SOME UNEXPLAINED REASON MS DELETED
-- glnz, I have exactly the same problem and it started at approximately the
same time. Has anyone gotten back to you? I thought it was a virus or
spyware but my checker (MS OneCare) just spent over four hours checking EVER
FILE on all drives and found nothing. Also, I thought it might have been
caused by an MS Update. But after comparing outstanding updates with and
without the problem (used Restore to eliminate the problem temporarily), I
found no differences.
> I have a new problem -- if there are jpg's attached to an email that I've
> opened in Outlook Express, and I double-click on the attached jpg's, MS
> Picture Manager tries to open but immediately gives an error message that
> "The path you specified is not valid or supported by Picture Manager.
> Verify that the location is a valid Windows SharePoint Service Picture
> library, that the folder exists, and that the path is correct, and try again."
> This is a new problem - didn't have this problem before! Note that if I
> first save the email jpg to my desktop and then double-click on it, it opens
> right away in Picture Manager. What's happening? By the way what IS a
> "Windows SharePoint Service Picture library"?
Please note that when my P/C rebooted yesterday (6/10/09) after the 9 new MS
Updates, they seemed to have elliminated this problem. However, it
reappeared again this 6/11/09 morning when I turned on my P/C. Please help
because restoring my P/C to an earlier time is tedious and the alternate of
having to save Outlook Express jpg's to my harddrive so that MS Office
Picture Manager will open them seems dangerious with regard to virus etc.