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Old 03-06-2006, 10:32 PM   #131
FuzzySmurf
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jamster, im assuming you are running on xp, and in xp there is a windows program built in called Windows Picture and Fax Viewer (aka right-click and preview), you can click the save icon on a bmp (presuming you can save the tga to a bmp with another program, if you have no other programs i just discovered that quicktime reads tga and can export to bmp) and save the file as jpg

i hope i didnt confuse you
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