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You still have the .png's - best to resave them as .jpg.
As for the damaged .jpgs, the only way for us knowing is if you knew or could remember the exact process in which it occurred?
That's the problem...I had no idea my JPG files became unreadable until sometime later on and realized they all became corrupted somehow. So i don't know when exactly this happened but i do remember Fireworks or Macromedia itself creating some weird issues when my friend installed Macromedia's programs on my laptop (Windows XP). However, at first i was able to open and edit my JPG files in Fireworks then it automatically changed my files to PNG. I changed them back to JPG and set Adobe Photoshop as the default program to open and view my JPG files. Later on, Fireworks, for some reason, took over that default without me changing Fireworks as the default program. I think i did try to re-install Fireworks but i cannot really remember...I guess i'm at a big loss here with losing the photos due to not being able to remember what exactly had happened. This happened months & months ago and i finally got around to trying to do something about it only perhaps too late...
> programs on my laptop (Windows XP). However, at first i was able to open
> edit my JPG files
You shouldn't edit JPG files. consider them 'end of life' file formats. Any
edits should be done to the original PNG/TIF/What-Have-You files and then
re-exported as a JPG.
Not sure how photoshop got into the loop, but remember that Photoshop can
save CMYK JPGs, which won't work in some browsers. could that be the issue?