When I want to upload photos, my browser button shrinks down to nothing and doesn't work. It's dead. It happened shortly after I had removed some programs, so I am wondering if I removed the program that allows you to upload pics from my laptop.
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Could be an incompatibility with the browser. Try using a different internet browser in an attempt to isolate this problem. (IE, Firefox, Chrome). Hope this helps. The I.T. Guys - http://www.theitguysinc.com
Uploading photos to Facebook is an easy way to share with
your family and friends.
Facebook offers several options for posting photos,
including your profile pictures, photo albums and photos posted to walls.
Facebook lets you choose files to upload from your computer
or take a photo directly from your webcam.
If you want to post photos to Facebook from your webcam, you
must first allow Facebook permission to access your webcam.
Navigate to Facebook's website and log in to your account.
Click "Photo" under the "Share"
heading in the center column of your Facebook homepage.
Click the "Take a Photo with a
Click "Allow" when prompted by
Facebook to allow access to your webcam.
Check the "Remember" box if you want
to automatically allow Facebook to access your webcam in the future. Click the
Click the "No Filter" link in the
top-left corner of the webcam preview window if you want to apply a filter
effect to your photo before posting and choose a filter from the drop-down
Click the "No Filter" link if you
want to remove the filter.
Click the blue camera icon to take a photo.
If you want to retake your photo, click the
gray "X" in the upper-right corner of the photo window.
Enter any text regarding the photo into the
"Say something about this photo" field.
Click the "Share" button to post
your webcam photo to Facebook.
You can also post a photo
from your webcam directly to your profile wall by clicking the
"Photo" link under the "Share" heading on your profile page
Install the software package that came on the cd that came with the camera on to the laptop. then just plug the usb cable that came with the camera into a usb port on the laptop. It should prompt you for automatic transfer or manual transfer.
If you have a USB cable you can connect it to your Desktop or Laptop first, or if you have Card reader, you can also insert the Memory card.
Then follow this step how to upload photos or pictures, create album in your Facebook account:
1. Go to your profile and click Photos under your profile picture. 2. In the top right corner of the screen, click the + Upload Photos button.
3. Click Select Photos then choose the photo files you want to upload. To upload multiple photos at once, hold down the Control button on your PC, or the Command button on your Mac, while clicking the image files.4. Click Open once you've selected your photos. 5. After you select photos to upload, you'll see a prompt to choose an album title, privacy setting for the album and photo quality. 6. A progress bar will show you the status of your upload. Once it's complete, click the blue Create an Album button and you'll be directed to the new album.
Its an old trick that got my Dell laptop working
Unplug the laptop
remove the battery
press the power button,...nothing will happen,
wait a few seconds
put battery back in laptop
plug it in
hold upside down
press power button until it boots
If that doesn't work it could be a bad/loose/dead bios battery
What is the model of the laptop?
I do not know why the viewing area decreases in size: I suspect that you may have too many toolbars. Remove the ones you do not need. In IE you right click on a tool bar and deselect ( If there is a check mark near a tool bar, click and the check mark will disappear)
Also you can use the full screen by Pressing F11 in you browser. You exit the full screen by pressing F11 again.
I believe this last option is your best bet short of customizing more fully your browser.