Issues that Can Occur In Microsoft® Paint
Are you interested in knowing about the various issues that you can face in Microsoft® Paint?
Microsoft® Paint is a drawing tool that is used to create drawings. These drawings can be saved as bitmap files in your computer. Microsoft® Paint is included in all versions of Microsoft® Windows® operating systems. The utility can be used to work with pictures such as .jpg, .gif and .bmp files. Many problems can occur when you use large and heavy images in Microsoft® Paint. Some of them are low memory, JPEG problem, inability to save files as JPG, black screen and your system stops responding. In addition, sometimes you will be able to load, edit and display JPG files but can face difficulties while saving them. Some problems might occur when you try to upgrade Microsoft® Paint.
More details regarding Microsoft® Paint, causes and solutions of various problems are given below:
- Error message
- Compressed bitmap file
- Open in another program
- Set image attributes
When you try to open Microsoft® Paint or a bitmap file, you can encounter an operational error saying “Not enough memory or resource”. When you try to open Microsoft® Paint, sometimes it might take more time that it usually does. In addition, you can also face a page fault error.
Compressed bitmap file
Microsoft® Paint cannot read the bitmap files which are in compressed form. Opening files in compressed format is the main cause of Microsoft® Paint problems. You need to set the image attributes for paint. The settings should be made depending on the memory and the disk space. If the image size for paint is set too large, you can encounter some issues.
When you open a bitmap file in Microsoft® Paint, you can encounter an error. The only way to solve this problem is to open the bitmap file in another program. This can be done by changing the attributes of the image. If you are facing difficulties in printing an image from Microsoft® Paint, try out another application to resolve the issues.
Set the image size to medium. If the image size is large, error might occur in the Microsoft® Paint. The size should be set depending on the disk space and the memory available on your computer. So by setting the image size as medium or low, the problems occurring in Microsoft® Paint can be avoided.