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Re: can't download pictures to PC
Try NOT connecting your camera to your computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program such as Windows Photo Gallery or Picasa.
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Hi I have this error code 0xc000000e windows 8, You get three options,
1. Enter to retry
2. Press F8 for start up settings
3. press F9 for to use a different operation system.
First two options do nothing, F9 will restart computer, and the I can boot from the boot disk. I have tried to rebuild the startup files, from the disk nothing is working. I can't get into the Safe mode. Guess only option is save all files to a back up HDD, I even tried to restore to a past date.
Did you try installing the Windows Live Messenger 2009 and if Yes please check if all the Instances of Windows Live Messenger 2008 has been uninstalled and if yes and uninstall the Windows Live Messenger 2011 and check what OS is he using Windows 7 32 bit or 64 Bit and download it from http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowslive/rediscoverconversation/
Hi Tiffany, When you try to import pictures from your phone are you using Samsung PC Studio?(Software CD which is included in your phone packaging) or are you simply connecting via USB cable and using Windows to download the pics? I'm confident that your import will work if you use Samsung PC Studio. If you don't have the disc you can download PC Studio from:
I've also encountered this issue, please try to clear cookies and cache then try to relaunch the Yahoo Messenger. If it still doesn't work please take note of the error message. Usually you'll get information of what the problem is though the error message.
Whoever wrote the web-page that you are trying to fetch
has INCORRECTLY created the web-page.
> MSIE 8.0, Windows NT 5.1 ..
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, running on Windows XP (Windows NT was '4.0', and Windows 2000 was '5.0', and Microsoft just "tweaked" Windows 2000 to produce Windows XP, so you get '5.1', instead of '6.0').
if you're trying to download application to a service provider and you got error with this type of message,this might be a network time-out or failed to transmit application to your phone.
well i''ll give you this free web link so you can enjoy your mobile features.you can use wi-fi connection directly on your phone or Pc may do as well,
go to this link : http://phone.mobile9.com/i/lg+quantum/
* just download any application you wish * set the download folder were it will be placed or locate. * you can use bluetooth device to transfer the file to your phone (pc bluetooth should be active) * you can use a multi-media card reader and paste all of your application to you memory card. * or a data cable can do as long you have a pc suite installed & phone drivers.
after the application was download to your mobile,just open the file and file the instruction.
Even when I am using the administrator account I can not download updates
from the windows update site the yellow icon used to appear but no updates,
now no icon appears, these messages come up whenever I've tried to download
updates manually from the windows update site [Error number: 0x8DDD0002] or
something that goes like this OxOOOA46 and there is a link to where one gets
instructions on fixing it. I have done what was suggested which was to go to
tools internet explorer security and make sure user persistence user data was
enabled I've done all this to no avail. I've been told that I need to be an
administrator to download updates but anytime I've tried to download updates
I've been using an account with administrator privileges.
I've had problems accessing the internet for ages but it is only lately that
I can't download updates from the windows update site.
I keep getting these error messages when I switch on my computer using the
limited account. ccApap.exe - Application Error.
The application failed to initialise properly (OxcOOOOO22) click on ok to
terminate the application.
I click on ok and then another message comes up osCheck.exe - Application
The application failed to initialise properly (OxcOOOOO22)click on ok to
terminate the program
Again I click on ok and another message comes up PIFSvc.exe - Application
The application failed to initialise properly(OxcOOOOO22) Click on OK to
terminate the application.
I click on ok and windows loads as normal. I can access programs such as
works and windows media player but my anti virus (Norton Internet Security
2007) has disappeared but when I use the Administrator Account Norton seems
to be there and seems to work ok.
My computer is a year old and I have had to get it repaired a couple of
times but I don't want to spend any more on it as they can't seem to fix the
problem. I can do what I want so long as it is offline anything that
involves the internet I have problems with. The computer Operating System is
Windows xp Home Edition with service pack 2. I use Internet Explorer version
Any ideas on why I have problems with the internet and what I can do to
solve them would be much appreciated.
None of those failing modules that you mention are from Microsoft.
I suspect that they may be from your security package(s).
Try enabling the Windows firewall only. Uninstall your other security packages
and then retry getting the updates.
BTW if you are only concerned with getting the updates but don't care how
you could also try using the Windows Update Catalog, download and install
manually from there.
If you can not use the link go to yahoo or google and type in the link (URL) or
try updating to ie7 first then ie 8 that way if you have to go back to ie7 you will already be up to date on it..............still the best advice is to go to windows update or microsoft update and let it do the updates for you...........go to start button all programs and go to top of page click windows or microsoft update let it download the active x and scan your pc for available updates.