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Windows 7: Paint Shop Pro 7 - JPG image problems

05 Sep 2011   #1

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Paint Shop Pro 7 - JPG image problems

Good morning,

I got a new computer in January and while working with JPG images (resizing, editing, etc... both color and black and white), all of a sudden when I save them as a JPG, it converts to 264 colors and images are worthless.

If I save them as a PNG image, it takes but when I check on them in Photoshop, they are still JPG images.

I am running windows 7 on a Compaq and I've been using PSP for 5 years or so.

My question is, is PSP 7 compatible with Windows 7?

Thanking you for your help in advance,

Melbourne FL

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05 Sep 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit

Welcome to Windows Seven Forums.

Paint Shop Pro is incompatible with Windows 7 64-Bit and Microsoft recommend upgrading to a later version, probably PSP X.

Don't forget, PSP was originally created as 16-bit software for Windows 3.1, but you could use Virtual PC and XP mode to run PSP7 if you don't want to upgrade it.

Windows 7 Compatibility for Paint Shop Pro version 7: Corel. Drivers, Updates, Downloads

Alternatively, you could use something like GIMP, which is open source source and free.
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