Can anyone tell me what type of file this?

  PH1 19:48 21 Apr 08

Can anyone tell me what type of file this?


and what softwareI need to read it, it is ment tobe some pictures!!!

  Technotiger 19:55 21 Apr 08

MPBR stands for Maximum Point Blank Range, to do with gun-clubs I think.

What was the source of the pictures, digital camera or camcorder etc??

  PH1 20:03 21 Apr 08

possably a scanner

  Woolwell 20:13 21 Apr 08

I think that file extension may be missing. In the folder that holds the file go to Tools - Folder Options - View tab and uncheck the box marked "hide extensions for known file types" and see if a file extension appears.

  Technotiger 20:25 21 Apr 08

Sorry, I don't understand, a scanner is not a source, only a copier/reproducer of a pic(s).

Picture files will end with .jpg or .bmp etc etc ...
MBPR is not a type of picture extension.

  Technotiger 20:28 21 Apr 08

Or, was it pictures scanned from another document, like a magazine or newspaper for instance?

  PH1 20:28 21 Apr 08

how do I do this on vista?

  PH1 20:31 21 Apr 08

We had a picture copied and was sent a disk with this file on it, it is ment to be a copy of a picture.

  Technotiger 20:36 21 Apr 08

I would contact the sender of the disk and suggest that the data has become corrupted, I would ask for another copy if possible.

  PH1 20:39 21 Apr 08

I think I will take your advice as it'snot worth the head ache as it is all paid for.

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