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Mon, Oct 21, 2019 7:21 PM

Lightroom Classic: I cannot export my edited DNG images as full sized JPG..???

I imported some wedding images (Copy as DNG)
I then edited them in Lightroom classic with a few receiving further edits in photoshop which were saved.
When I try to export the 200+ images to my USB drive choosing jpg max as an export, I cannot read the majority of the images using preview for example.
I have since tried again but now the message is that none could be exported...any ideas?

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a year ago

Greetings Mark, 

I would be curious to see if you attempt the same Export to your local drive instead of the USB drive if it has an effect on your success? 

If not, then you should respond with your installed Lightroom version number: (Help>System Info...) and information about the port type, size of thumbdrive, free space - etc. 

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a year ago

Thank you Rikk,

I'll give what you say a try. Then let you know the result.

Regards

Mark

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a year ago

Rikk is right, try a folder on your desktop first. Also reboot? Also run the free Onyx (titanium-software.com), select the Onyx version for your OS, download, run it, reboot. (In Onyx run almost everything in the Maintenance tab, deselecting things you may not want deleted, like Launch Services . Hit the "Options" button and deselect more stuff like Cookies & Other Site Data, Browser History, Form Values, etc.(if you don’t know what something is, look it up, or deselect it, or ask me), then hit Run Tasks. After it's done it will ask for a reboot.

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a year ago

Hi Rikk & Carlos,

Thank you for your quick response and guidance.

I chose to take Rikk's advice and export to my local drive.  Success!!!

Could it be the way in which I format my USB drive? I haven't tried any other steps yet.

What do you think I should do?

Regards

Mark