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Inconsistent extents for rasters.

Question asked by tyselves on Dec 27, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 3, 2017 by MKennedy-esristaff

I have downloaded a few raster's with a .gxf file name from:

 

USGS Online Publications Directory 

I had to download the zip files, extract them and then change the file names form _gxf to .gxf. in order for them to work.

 

Anything with _1000ag have no problems projecting on the map but the files neksok_cba, neksok_final, and neksok_iso all have projection problems with the message:

Invalid raster dataset. failed to create raster layer.

or

warning inconsistent extent. one or more of the added layers has an extent that is not consistent with the associated ox spatial reference information. Then I get the Geographic Coordinate systems warning/Transformations box which seems to be unhelpful.

I also go to the properties after adding the files but am unable to change the coordinate systems on them. (there is no tab or button anywhere).

  

- After I add the data for any of the neksok files they separate to .aux and .ovr files in there original file folder.

 

Any thoughts?

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