|15 Mar 2011||#2|
If you meant to have thumbnail previews turned on for JPEG files, then double check to make sure that thumbnail previews are enabled. In additon, make sure that you have Windows Photo Viewer set as the default program.
....or did you mean to have them open in the preview pane.
Hope this helps,
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