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1. Purchase a micro-SD card with an adapter for a normal-sized SD card.2. Plug in the micro-SD card to the back of the phone. Make sure the power is off when you do this, of you could unintentionally harm your phone.3. Power back on, and transfer the pictures to the micro-SD card.4. Shut the phone back off and remove the card again. Place it into the adapter. If your Gateway laptop has a SD card reader: 5. Put the adapter into there.6. Transfer the pictures to you computer. Done! If your laptop doesn't have a SD card reader: 5. You'll need to purchase a second adapter that adapts the regular-sized SD card to a USB port.6. Following the manufacturer's instructions, put the SD card into the second adapter.7. Transfer the pictures to your computer. Done!
Erm, this is kinda of open to debate actually. It all depends on what program you use to download your pictures. To my knowledge, programs like adobe photoshop and album would automatically segregate all photo's into "albums" by date. Other programs like Nero and even MS Office Picture manager might mimic this method. Since this si a MICRO SD card, another possibility is that you might be using a nokia software for downloading these photo's from phone to computer, and since that also functions like most image editors / viewrs, it will also the similar nature of segregation.
What i would suggest is that, if you DO want free from allocation, the best method would be to drag and drop the images into a file that you would create on the computer youself. This gives you total governance on your activites. Please do feel free to ask me again if there is anything you are not sure of, and i will do my best to help you out. Thanks.
if its built in to your laptop some have an on/off button check this if its on then try reinstalling the driver. if this does not work you will need to get a new one they come in all sort of external ways
Lots of things can go wrong here.. most likely, it is a problem with drivers, which can be resolved using the Device Manager.. but the first thing I would check would be the Disk Manager to see if it is not being assigned a letter that has already been taken..
Start > Run > diskmgmt.msc (ok)
See if it is in the list at the top.. if it is being assigned a letter that has been used already, then right click on the micro and "Change Drive Letter"