How to Transfer Photos: Windows Vista/7 Users
If you have Windows 7 or Vista, there are two easy ways to transfer your photos directly to your desired folder or directory.
When your iPhone device is connected, click on the Start Menu, and then Control Panel. Click Hardware and Sound. Select AutoPlay, scroll down to find where your iPhone device is listed, open the drop-down menu, and select "Ask me every time."
Step 1 - Connect your iPhone device
If you enabled the AutoPlay behavior using the method described above, you can skip this step, because your iPhone is already plugged in. If not, connect your device using the appropriate USB cable that your phone came with.
Step 2 - Import Pictures and Video
The AutoPlay prompt should appear with your device type listed at the top. Click the first link that says "Import Pictures and Video."
If for some reason the AutoPlay prompt did not appear, go to Start, then Computer, then right click on the icon for your iPhone device and select "Import pictures and video" from the context menu that appears.
Step 3 - Choose a directory, and import
Before you click Import, go to Import Settings, and select the "Import to" field to select the destination you want your photos to transfer to. By default, they will transfer to your My Pictures folder. You can also select the "Always erase from device after copying" option, though this is, as always, optional.
Click OK, then click Import, and your photos will be transferred to their designated directory.
If you don't want to mess with AutoPlay, you can find and transfer your photos manually using Windows Explorer.
Step 1 - Connect your iPhone device Step 2 - Click Start, then Computer
This should take you to a Windows Explorer page that lists your hard disk drive(s), and devices with removable storage. If connected properly, your iPhone device will register as a device with removable storage, and you will see the icon for it listed below this header.
Step 3 - Double-click your device's logo in Windows Explorer
Double-clicking your device will open it up as a directory, full of folders and sub-folders that store all of your phone's content.
Step 4 - Open your camera folder
Your camera folder should be located in [Your iPhone Device]\Internal Storage\DCIM\100APPLE. This means once you're in your iPhone's directory, click on the Internal Storage folder, then the DCIM folder, then the 100APPLE folder.
Step 5 - Transfer your photos
You can import your device's photos by selecting the ones you want, or pressing Ctrl+A to select them all, and dragging them onto your desktop. Or, you can hit Ctrl+C to copy the photos, and then hit Ctrl+V in the folder you want to copy them into.
Place your mouse over the upper right corner of your current profile picture or temporary image, and click on the pencil icon that appears.
Select "Browse" to find a photo on your computer to upload.
Select the photo to upload, check the box certifying that you have the right to distribute the picture and that it is not ****, and click "upload picture." If the picture is an acceptable size and file type, it will display.
If you have a webcam, you can choose "Show Camera" to take an instant profile picture. Be sure to select "Allow" so that Facebook can access your camera and microphone. Then, click the camera icon to take a picture, and choose "Save Picture" to set it as your profile picture.
The BlackBerry device user is unable to send photos taken with the BlackBerry device camera in Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) messages, because the photos taken by the BlackBerry device camera may be too large to send in MMS messages.
Reduce the size or quality of the photo and resend.
To access the size and quality options for the BlackBerry device camera, complete the following steps:
Open the Camera application.
Click the menu button.
Change the Picture Size and Picture Quality settings as required.
Click the menu button and select Save.
And try to send the photo in an email message instead of in an MMS message.
You need to rebuild the picture catalog. Pls. follow the steps below to perform the task:
Right-click the Kodak EasyShare software icon on your desktop, then select Properties.
Select the Compatibility tab.
Clear the check box for "Run this program in compatibility mode for" then clear all the check boxes under Display Settings.
Right-click the Kodak icon in the system tray, then select Shut Down Kodak EasyShare software.
Go to C:\Program Files\Kodak\Kodak EasyShare software\bin.
Right-click the Catalog folder, then select Rename.
Change the folder name to OldCatalog1, then close the window. Note: If you cannot rename the folder, go to Part B.
Select Start > Run.
Type %temp% in the Run dialog box, then click OK.
Open the_Retain folder (if there is one).
Double-click the bin folder.
Right-click the Catalog folder, then select Rename.
Change the folder name to OldCatalog2, then close the window.
Delete the backup catalog files ESBK.mb and ESBK.mbb: a. Select Start > Search > All files and folders. b. Type ESBK in the All or part of the file name box, then click Search. c. Delete the two files found (ESBK.mb and ESBK.mbb). e. Click Yes to send to the Recycle Bin. f. Close the Search Results window.
Delete the EasyShare.mc file. a. Select Start > Search > All files and folders. b. In the All or part of the file name box, type EasyShare.m c. Delete any .mc files found.