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Thread began 5/27/2009 3:19 pm by paul.urgero235355 | Last modified 1/28/2010 4:51 pm by paul.urgero235355 | 16879 views | 75 replies



Jimmy has been helping me trouble shoot this problem. His last suggestion was to try re-uploading the V1.02 to a new test site, and see what happens since we had reinstalled our Windows server.

I did, and was able to trouble shoot all the php errors and fix them, but I'm still not able to upload images properly.

Through the admin site, the images are being uploaded to the images/upload directory on the server (the server is mine, so I logged directly on to it and looked in the folder), but when I open them up from the images/upload folder, they are black squares. Since they are there, and the black squares are showing up on the website, it is telling me that the permissions are all set properly, and everything is working fine, except the images are coming up solid black. I've even saved one from the website to my computer to see if it was isn't.

Has anyone else had this problem? I've tried it with jpg's, gif's and png's. They are all coming out the same. The image is somehow being corrupted on it's way to the server.

My laptop is a 64bit Windows 7 machine...I've tried it on 32bit machines, Vista, XP...from different IP addresses...Nothing.

This issue has been going on for quite a while now, and I need to fix it soon, so if anyone has had this issues, I'd appreciate their input.


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