Many thanks for the explanation, in fat I do have XP pro running but I do not
know how to get connected to a Windows Server 2003 network... any other idea
of how to "undo" the changes?
Someone told me there's en embebed thumbnail in the jpg file where changes
in the actual picture where not saved (do not know how is that possible)
therefore the original image is only in that thumbnail. It seems to be
possible to extract the thumbnail but quality will be so poor that woul make
the picture useless.
What do you think about that?
"Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]" wrote:
> Because its built for Vista, it was first introduced in Server 2003, and XP
> Pro had it, but you had to be connected to a Windows Server 2003 network to
> take adavantage of it.
> Blog: http://adacosta.spaces.live.com
> My Vista Quickstart Guide:
> "Julius" <Julius@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > This seems to work only in Windows Vista
> > "Dale" wrote:
> >> Try right-clicking on the picture and choose "Restore previous versions"
> >> from the context menu.
> >> HTH,
> >> Dale
> >> "fm78" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >> news:E9A66669-4A76-4A55-A9E9-55850B8A043B@microsoft.com...
> >> >I have a couple of photos which were accidentally edited (spray painted
> >> >over
> >> > and drawn on with MS Paint program). The modifications were saved,
> >> > however,
> >> > I noticed when the image is viewed as thumbnails in windows explorer,
> >> > the
> >> > pictures displays as if it was never altered. But if I open the actual
> >> > image, the modifications show up. Since I can view the original
> >> > unaltered
> >> > image as a thumbnail, I would like to know if I can somehow restore the
> >> > image
> >> > to it's original condition. Is this possible? Thanks.