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Not transfering my ares 2.0.9 is not downlowing or uploading,everything else works well.

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If transfer blockage is only when you use FTP on Net.
Check if windows firewall is activated and if FTP protocol on port 21 DTP is activated.
Check if any other firewall/antivirus/security SW is configured to block transfer protocol.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

  • Pat Batta
    Pat Batta Jan 12, 2009

    Port 21 "TCP"
    You can set firewall only if logged as Administrator


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How do i fix this


Known as "Not Found" errors, 404 errors occur when a link attempts to resolve to a webpage that does not exist.


When links are "broken" in this manner, search engine rankings can become affected and visitors grow reticent to return.


Luckily, the broken links that cause 404 errors are easy to find and fix using Google's online webmaster resources, allowing you to ensure that all pages display correctly and without error.


Log into Google Webmaster Tools by entering your Google ID and password.


Add your website to your Google Webmaster Dashboard.

Type your domain name (everything in your URL before the first forward slash)

into the Dashboard text box.


Click the "Add Site" button.

Select a verification process.


Click the "Verify your site" link.

Select your desired verification route from the drop-down box labeled "Choose verification method."


Select "Add a meta tag" and paste the provided code in between the <HEAD></HEAD> tags of your homepage, or choose the "Upload an HTML file" option to upload a blank html file with the name specified by Google.


Verify ownership of your web domain.

Upload your amended home page or Google-named blank HTML file to your server, depending on the verification method you chose in Step 2.


Use an FTP program to transfer the file in question to your website.

Click the "Verify" button to complete the process.


Identify 404 errors.

Click the "Dashboard" link to view website errors.

Examine the "Detail" column and locate any web addresses that show "404 (Not Found)" results.


Click on the "Linked From" column for each identified 404 error to see the location of the page that contains the broken link.


Visit the page that contains the broken link.

Right-click on the broken link and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location."

Right-click in your browser's address bar and select "Paste" from the ensuing menu.


Examine the link in your address bar.

Look for stray quotation marks, spaces, periods or commas.

Remove everything before the first slash from the link and see if the domain still displays.


Fix broken links. Open a text editor and load the HTML file for the page in question.

Correct link typos and delete links that no longer lead to live websites.

Save your amended HTML files and re-upload them to your server using your FTP program.


Return to the Google Webmaster Tools Dashboard.

Click the "Sitemaps" link on the left navigation bar.

Click the "Resubmit" button to resubmit your website's sitemap.


Wait an average of four to six weeks for Google to re-index your amended website pages.


Hope this helps




Nov 01, 2012 | Acer Computers & Internet

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How to convert video to iPod video MP4 format?


You have an Apple iPod and would like to watch your favorite home video using it? But you do not know how to convert your files into iPod compatible format? AVS Video Converter is just the program you need to solve this problem now. This simple yet powerful video converter utility enables you to transfer your home video library to iPod (MP4/h.264) format with a few mouse clicks.
What you need:
All you need to transfer your home video and video files to your iPod is:
1. AVS Video Converter
2. iPod capable of video playback with a computer compatible cable
Now AVS Video Converter uses AVS Mobile Uploader included in the AVS Video Converter installation package to upload the files to your iPod.

Step 1: Download and install AVS Video Converter

Step 2: Run AVS Video Converter and select your input video file
To select a video you would like to convert hit the Browse... button next to the Input File Name field. In the opened Windows Explorer window browse for the necessary video file:

avs-video-converter-1.png Note: when your input is a DVD disc, you will need to select the path to your source file: X:\Video_TS\Video_TS.IFO. "X" stands for your DVD-ROM or the hard disk drive folder where your DVD is stored.

Step 3: Set up the conversion parameters
After you have selected the video input file, press To MP4 button on the main panel. In the list of Profiles (MP4 Profile Field) select one of the offered iPod profiles. You can also click Edit Profile button to manually set the iPod profile parameters.

avs-video-converter-2.png For novice users it is recommended to select one of the default iPod profiles:
- Apple iPod - (H.264, 320*240)
- Apple iPod - (H.264, 640*480)
- Apple iPod - (MPEG4, 320*240)
You can also click Edit Profile button to manually set the iPod profile parameters.

Step 4: Set up a proper video output file path
Click the Browse... button next to the Output File Name field and select a location on your HDD for the output video file.
Note: when you select a location for your output video file, you should save the file to your personal computer HDD.

Step 5: Convert your video files
After you have set up all the conversion parameters, hit the Convert Now! button to start converting.

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You can visually judge the conversion process if you hit the Advanced>> button.

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When the process is over the following window will be opened. Click the Upload... button to launch AVS Mobile Uploader.

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Step 6: Transfer the converted video file to Apple iPod
Connect your iPod to your computer with the help of a cable. Turn on the iPod.
The AVS Mobile Uploader application will be launched to guide you through the upload process so that you could send your converted video file to your Apple iPod with no difficulty.
If the Apple iPod is not displayed in the AVS Mobile Uploader window you should press the Find Devices button to search for your iPod:

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When you click the Upload>> button the upload process itself will take place. It will take some time depending on the output video file size.
Now you can enjoy your favorite home video DVD and video files on your iPod!

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on Feb 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Need fix for 404 error


Known as "Not Found" errors, 404 errors occur when a link attempts to resolve to a webpage that does not exist.


When links are "broken" in this manner, search engine rankings can become affected and visitors grow reticent to return.


Luckily, the broken links that cause 404 errors are easy to find and fix using Google's online webmaster resources, allowing you to ensure that all pages display correctly and without error.


Log into Google Webmaster Tools by entering your Google ID and password.


Add your website to your Google Webmaster Dashboard.

Type your domain name (everything in your URL before the first forward slash)

into the Dashboard text box.


Click the "Add Site" button.

Select a verification process.


Click the "Verify your site" link.

Select your desired verification route from the drop-down box labeled "Choose verification method."


Select "Add a meta tag" and paste the provided code in between the <HEAD></HEAD> tags of your homepage, or choose the "Upload an HTML file" option to upload a blank html file with the name specified by Google.


Verify ownership of your web domain.

Upload your amended home page or Google-named blank HTML file to your server, depending on the verification method you chose in Step 2.


Use an FTP program to transfer the file in question to your website.

Click the "Verify" button to complete the process.


Identify 404 errors.

Click the "Dashboard" link to view website errors.

Examine the "Detail" column and locate any web addresses that show "404 (Not Found)" results.


Click on the "Linked From" column for each identified 404 error to see the location of the page that contains the broken link.


Visit the page that contains the broken link.

Right-click on the broken link and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location."

Right-click in your browser's address bar and select "Paste" from the ensuing menu.


Examine the link in your address bar.

Look for stray quotation marks, spaces, periods or commas.

Remove everything before the first slash from the link and see if the domain still displays.


Fix broken links. Open a text editor and load the HTML file for the page in question.

Correct link typos and delete links that no longer lead to live websites.

Save your amended HTML files and re-upload them to your server using your FTP program.


Return to the Google Webmaster Tools Dashboard.

Click the "Sitemaps" link on the left navigation bar.

Click the "Resubmit" button to resubmit your website's sitemap.


Wait an average of four to six weeks for Google to re-index your amended website pages.


Hope this helps




Oct 31, 2012 | Acer Computers & Internet

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How to upload photo


Welcome to FixYa

Are you trying to upload photos to the internet or are you trying to transfer photos from your camera to your laptop. If its the former then please let us know which webpage you are trying to upload it to. If you are trying to transfer pictures from your camera or another source then please let me know the brand and model of the camera


Hope to get a reply from you soon

May 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I want to transfer my picture images of my cellphone to my friendster account.thanks


transfer your image to your computer log in to ur friendster account then upload pictures

Feb 18, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How do i downlow music


Search for "free download music",but some of them had offers for free downloads like for a some bucks you can had free amount.

I use Jamendo and the music thee is from unrecognized artists.

Oct 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How can i transfer photots from my phone on top my latitude d600


1. Get phone cord to plug into phone and computer.
2. Install software.
3. Enjoy.

OR

1. Make account with facebook or photobucket and navigate site for specific phone number for uploading photos.

OR

1. Sometimes your service provider has an online option on your phone to send your pics to your account online.

-CompDoctor

Feb 01, 2010 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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How can i upload my photos on my profile?


Friendster explains in detail how to do this at this link:


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How do I upload my photos?

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To upload photos to your profile, follow the steps below:
Option 1 - Using the new Java Uploader
Upload photos to a new album
- Log in to your account
- Click "Photos" from the navigation bar
- Click "Create Album"
- Browse and Check the photos you wish to upload from your computer
- Click "Upload"

Add photos to existing album/s
- Log in to your account
- Click "Photos" from the navigation bar
- Select the album where you want the photo/s to be added
- Click "Add Photos"
- Browse and Check the photos you wish to upload from your computer
- Click "Upload"

Option 2 - Using the HTML Uploader

Uploading photos to a new album
- Log in to your account
- Click "Photos" from the navigation bar
- Click "Create Album"
- Click the HTML Uploader link at the bottom
- Select files to upload then click browse
- Click "Upload"

Adding photos to existing album/s
- Log in to your account
- Click "Photos" from the navigation bar
- Select the album where you want the photo/s to be added
- Click "Add Photos"
- Click the HTML Uploader link at the bottom
- Select files to upload then click browse
- Click "Upload"



Dec 06, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook

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I cannot change the desktop background except to different color


" I cannot change the desktop background except to...
Uhh, except to... what?


We really need more info here, if you want a solution to your problem.


How are you going about it?

I have the same model, not that it makes much difference in
this case. To add a new image, you need to go into your Control
Panel, then double-click on Desktop, then on Browse.

From there you find the photo you want and upload it, so
it will show on your Desktop.

Since you didn't tell us how you are going about trying to
upload photos to your Desktop, I can only assume you
have tried everything except this, which I know works.

If you have tried this and it STILL doesn't work, then
perhaps you have loaded someting that is creating a
software conflict. So you might ask yourself just "what"
have you uploaded previous to this problem. And then
possibly uninstall it to see if anything improves.

Nov 10, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A85-S107 Notebook

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My Pictures glitch


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.


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