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Well that immediately tells you that your battery is probably gone bad..make sure battery connected good..and take it out..reconnect it.restart laptop when it boots up look at your icon see if shows battery connected and charging...also Dell drivers and support page..check your drivers and there support page..but if that doesn't do it..find u another battery..good luck
If your photos are stored on a SD memory card then remove the SD memory card from the camera and insert the memory card into an USB memory card reader. Connect the USB memory card reader into the USB port of your Dell computer. The Dell wiil detect the card reader as an external storage device, you can then open the folder on the memory card that contains the photos and then copy them to your computer.
If you have a scanner, you can easily scan a printed photo. If not you can use a digital camera to take a digital photo. (optional) Use a photo editing program like Picasa or Photoshop to crop it (to use a head shot instead of a full-frame image) From there,log into Facebook (FB) click "edit profile", and look for the "profile picture" option on the left. From here you can upload your picture into FB and make it your profile pic.
First and foremost whats the source of the photos?
if a camera,connect to the usb drive then switch camera on and a pop up menu should open up prompting you to either download photos or open folder to see files.
choose download photos and choose a folder under my document/pictures ...
plz stand by is just a power safe option for ur laptop. with some laptops when u shut the screen they hibernate with others they go to stand by and others too shutdown. and the power button on ur machine is also configured to shutdown ur machine when its being pressed. u can change these setting in the control panel\power options. hope it solves ur problem
you have more than enough hardware setup to enjoy your pictures... maybe your camera is going to sleep mode during transfer? check your battery and make sure your camera can sustain the time to transfer all your picture from cam to computer.
don't upload directly from camera... save the images in your pc first then upload from your pc.
depending on needs... if you just want to show pictures online, not for printing... i would suggest to create a duplicate and resize the duplicate image so that you have smaller files during upload... this will speed up the speed significantly.