My PC comes up and I can see the desktop but I can't access files on it, put new folders or files on the desktop and I keep getting a route error when I try to access the desktop that says it is undefined.
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Depending on the operating system, you have to enable file sharing on both machines. Then you have to share the location of those files. So it might be better to put them in the shared documents folder on the original machine so that you can find them easier.
This is a 'how long is a piece of string' issue. One of the most common and unknown speed issues on Macs, is keeping files on the desktop. The desktop is an active workspace and the Mac will look at everything that is on the desktop on start up and load items into memory. This slows down start up and also reduces the available RAM for running applications. Move any files on the desktop into your 'Documents' folder or even create a new folder in your 'User' folder and move the items from the desktop into there. If you need quick access to these files, create an alias of this folder and drag the alias to the desktop.
I'll be honest, I've used Picture It! once only, so I'm definitely no expert. There may be some quirk of the program or something else on the desktop that causes this crashing when you access files there. I would suggest you move your files off the desktop into a new folder. This should fix the trouble since you say you can open files in folders without problems. I also recommend this as a way of keeping your pictures organized. And the desktop isn't a great place to store large numbers of individual files, as it can slow down Windows some, as well as making it difficult to find things on the desktop.
go to c drive and look for folder called documents and settings inside you will find all the old users from your old windows. in each user file there are more folders one for documents,favorites,music,videos. copy the contents to your new document folder or make a new folder and put all the stuff in it.
best thing to is plug your pendrive into ur computer
now make a new folder onto ur desktop
right click on desktop-options -new folder
now right click in new folder -scroll down to rename -and type a name u can remember
now open your pendrive
pick all your folders you want to keep
hilte all except (new folder)now right click and pick desktop then the folder you named now give it a name at the bottom now press ok
take out pendrive
now check your files are in the folder you renamed
now plug pendrive in right click -options format
once formatted your pen drive is empty and ready to use again
hope this help
The D drive is normally a partition of the C drive rather than a separate drive and is used by many to keep restore files handy for restoration use; system backdating to refresh system files.
The D partition, while available and accessible for other purposes is customarily not used for user files and because of the nature of the system installed files, has protection against accidental erasure.
You should be able to copy your photo folders & files intact back to the C (main) partition and regain normal use of them.
To fix this, I put my SD card into a PC, cut and pasted all the files from the card to the desktop, right clicked on the card in windows explorer, and formatted it (slowly), then put all the files back on the card, and it worked. (except for some duplicate files which I multi-deleted on the phone)
you must first copy them to a file on the harddrive. put the dvd in- access it throught windows explorer, then drag and drop the pictures into a newfolder (desktop folder-easy to find later). once you have them in the folder , you can access that file with any graphics software to convert .