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Process your MODIS snow cover product using Calculate Statistics tool under data management toolbox before attempting to open the product as the classified map. Then go to the ArcMap layer>>right click on the layer>>properties>>symbology>>classified.


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According to ESRI, there was a problem with the refresh default of Windows 7. The documentation to this problem can be found here: http://support.esri.com/technical-article/000012722 In short: open the Start menu (administrator) and type regedit.exe -> open the Registry Editor go to registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\...


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Errors should be analysed with Event Log Explorer to permanently get rid of the problem otherwise it keeps on reoccurring. Sometimes the previous logs should be analysed properly as they are the root cause of the real error. Check this for Windows Error log Analysis http://eventlogxp.com/blog/troubleshooting-philosophy-windows-event-log-error-analysis/


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this problem arises when we haven't use directly a stacked images, except this we use some processed image like from ATCOR or FLASH generated. If use directly a raw stacked images .img file then this problem doesn't arise


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This can happen if you import data with missing geometries. I was able to reproduce this error in Points2One with the following CSV... note the 'woot' entry which is missing data. Place,x,y Fibble,1.0,2.0 Flubble,-13.0,29.9 Ploot,45.2,-14.0 Woot,, Flurb,55.5,45.5 QGIS will happily load this without warnings. Calling Point2One on this throws a similar ...



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