My friends computer was shut off and now she can't get the intern
My friend had some pictures she wanted to download on her computer and it was taking a long time so she just shut it off. Now it won't let her bring up the internet. it says it is 26% ready and says to run scan disk. What is this and is their a way to get it to come on with the internet.
I know that it is a hp and it is a few years old but I don't know what model
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Hello my friend,
Here two ways to transfer pictures from your internal memory into your computer:
1- If you have also an external memory in your camera, you can move the pictures from the internal memory into the external memory from the camera menu. then you take out the external memory and you insert it to your laptop if it has a memory slot, otherwise you will need to buy an all-in-one memory cards reader, it's very cheap and it's the easy way.
2- if you don't have an external memory and you have the USB cable, you can connect the camera directly to your computer. but you will need to have also the CD ans install the camera software in your computer and then you can browse your internal memory directly from the computer and then download them.
Depends on your phone. Do you have internet service on your cell phone? You can email the pictures to yourself and access your email on a computer and download from there.
Do you have a USB connection on your phone? Most newer phones now have them and you just need to connect the cord to the PC. Check your manual to see if your phone has one.
If not, do you have Bluetooth capabilities? If so, Enable it and transfer the file (s) to a friends cell phone that has a USB connection and/or internet service on their cell phone and email the pictures to yourself.
---Bluetooth, you will need to Enable service in your settings, have the friends cell phone Enabled also. Go to your picture album and select the picture, then select options and select "send via Bluetooth"....your phone will automatically search for your friends phone and it will promt you to enter a password which is "1111" (that's 4 one's). The friends phone will also do the same. This normally works.
If you do not have a USB, Bluetooth, or Internet on your cell phone, then unfortunatly you will have to take the phone into an actual Motorola Service Center (per your service provider) and see if they can upload the photos.
Otherwise I would suggest to getting internet service on your phone and sending the pictures via the internet then cancelling. Most providers offer 1 or 2 months free trial.
if you took the memory stick out, and took pictures, filling the internal memory, you must connect the camera to a computer with the included cable. then download as normal, as if there was a memory stick installed.
you have to remove any memory stick prior to doing this, otherwise it defaults to loading from the stick.
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