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morobi Absent Member.
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Image Explorer

I am trying to compress a "fat" image (that is 4.5 GB) with image explorer and the size is not changing. I have used all options for the compression. Any suggestions?
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mbreiden Absent Member.
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Re: Image Explorer

On Tue, 04 Nov 2008 18:46:02 GMT, morobi wrote:

> I am trying to compress a "fat" image (that is 4.5 GB) with image
> explorer and the size is not changing. I have used all options for the
> compression. Any suggestions?


how do you know that it is a fat image?

what is the contens of the image?

how do you do the compression?
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morobi Absent Member.
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Re: Image Explorer

It is what I call a "fat" image, most apps used in our environment loaded. I tried compressing it using image explorer by opening the image, File, Compress Image. I tried all three options. I also tried this by going to Tools, Quick Compress (again tried all three options). The image size stays the same.
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capnlars Absent Member.
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Re: Image Explorer

Have you tried using the ZFD7 image explorer?

Larry Stein ZENworks Practice Manager - Novacoast, Inc - Novell's Solution Provider of the Year lstein@novacoast.com
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