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Subject: computer
Category: Computers > Graphics
Asked by: paulapaula-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 21 Jan 2003 06:50 PST
Expires: 20 Feb 2003 06:50 PST
Question ID: 146457
I can't open attachments ( images); a pop up message says: Impossible to find
UBOUND.exe. This program is indispensible to open BMP.  (or JPG or whatever format
image.) What is UBOUND.exe? and where to find  it? Thank you
Subject: Re: computer
Answered By: feilong-ga on 21 Jan 2003 08:36 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi Paulapaula,

Ubound.exe is an executable program of Ubound Solutions Eyebrowse, a
program specialized in image management. Below is a brief description.
Simply press the "Shift" key before clicking on a link so it will open
a new window or right-click on the link and choose "Open in New
Window" for your convenience.

"Ubound Solutions Eyebrowse"

Without the executable program, you cannot run software and view
images. There are several possible ways for you to get the program up
and running again, but the shortest and easiest is to simply download
and reinstall the program. There are two editions available and both
are free to download from the makers' Website. Simply click on the
link below, read, and follow instructions.

Ubound Solutions Website

For ordinary image viewing, download  EyeBrowse Lite 1.29. But if you
want image viewing with image management capabilities, get EyeBrowse
2.6. Simply right-click on the two download links below, choose "Save
Target As...", and save the file to a folder of your choice. Website
EyeBrowse 2.6 Website
EyeBrowse Lite 1.29

For more info regarding Eyebrowse

Search strategy:

Personal knowledge typing in "Ubound Solutions" in Google web search.

"Ubound Solutions"

I hope this helps you. Should you have any comments/questions, please
feel free to post your clarification before rating this and I'll
attend to you as soon as possible. Thanks for asking.


Clarification of Answer by feilong-ga on 21 Jan 2003 09:31 PST
Thank you too Paula for the rapid and maximum rating. I was going to
recommend ACDSee, one of the best and also what I personally use. If
you are interested, you can choose versions and download it through
the link below. There are also other image browsers to choose from.

CNET Networks, Inc.
ACDSee and other image browsing software

If you are prompted by to register, read and follow the
instructions. Registration is absolutely free.

Thanks again Paula and I hope I can be of help to you again next time.



Request for Answer Clarification by paulapaula-ga on 21 Jan 2003 10:05 PST
Feilong,  Thanks again. I have got ACDSee, but the attachments didn't
open with that, now,
with EyeBrowser they do. That's why I was perplexed, I have got three
image browsing programs. I am not
asking you another question,  though, just wondering. It's my first
time at Google question-- not clear how
questions reach researchers or if researchers have a list of questions
and then choose which to answer.
I posted another one short ago. I'll be really glad if you can answer
that too.
Regards, Paula

Clarification of Answer by feilong-ga on 21 Jan 2003 10:47 PST
So you have ACDSee. The reason why some files didn't open is because
the file association for ACDSee is not enabled. To do this:

1) Open ACDSee.
2) Click on the "Tools" menu and choose "File Associations..."
3) Check all the image file types that you want ACDSee to open -- it's
your choice.
4) Close ACDSee.
5) Click on an image file, and PRESTO! ACDsee lets you view the file.

Regarding your query as to how we get to answer questions, we
researchers have access to a "questions board" where we get to pick
questions we want to answer. Once we post an answer, it is up to you,
the customer, to accept, make clarifications, rate, and possibly give
a tip to the researcher who answered your question. When making
questions and you want to get a quick response, try to avoid
mentioning "Google" or any phrase that contains that word. The
googlebot, a specialized program designed to detect the "G" word, will
automatically lock your question and you will have to wait a bit
longer until your question becomes accessible to us researchers. If
you want a specific researcher to answer your question, you simply
need to say this clearly in the title of your query or in the body of
the question. For example:

Subject: Re: computer (for ___ only)

So if you have other questions, please feel free to post them at
Google Answers.


Request for Answer Clarification by paulapaula-ga on 21 Jan 2003 11:05 PST
Hi Feilong,

I owe you because you gave me another anwer. I posted my other
before receiving your first one, otherwise I would have specified your
I don't think I named google; No, I didn't. Can you find it on the
questions  board?
I'd like you to  answer; and be sure 'll recall your name for the
The question is about an error message when I try to edit frmes in a
GIF animator program.
Hope you'll be the one to send me the solution. Thanks bunches. Paula

Clarification of Answer by feilong-ga on 21 Jan 2003 11:28 PST
I got it! Thanks again. -- Feilong
paulapaula-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Thank you for the rapid and exhaustive answer. I have reinstalled EyeBrowse and
the images open. I can't understand why the comp didn't use one of my other
imageviewer programs, but this is another question. I am satisfied, fully, and
solved my problem. Regards, Paula Grenside

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