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To remove a photo from Facebook: Go to the photo and select theOptionsmenu from menu bar beneath the photo. ClickDelete This Photo. Note: You won't be able to delete a photo if you didn't upload it. Source: https://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=208547132518386
Hope you didn't finish download or install your programe properly so it remind you to upload or update your programe/software that you install.
First of all try to find out that pop-up result and then un-install or install it properly and see whether it happen again.
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login to your facebook account.. And click on profile.. Your profile is displayed, now click on your profile pix or avatar.. The option to upload is displayed now.. click on the space provided .. Tru dis you can browse files on your computer..pick any pix you want and click upload .. You can as well create album for multiple pix upload..
You post pictures the same way you post statuses. However, instead of selecting status, try to click on "Photo" located above the text box where you write your status. After clicking "Photo" 3 options will appear below it--- Upload a Photo, Take a Photo, and Create an Album.
If you only want to post one picture, choose "Upload a Photo", then click the button "Choose File". Select the photo you want to upload then wait for the upload to finish.
If you have several photos to upload select "Create an Album". A pop-up will appear... Just click "Select Photos"... Then select all the pictures simultaneously that you'd like to upload into an album. After selecting, fill in the album details and wait for the upload to finish.
follow the below steps to successfully upload pictures on your facebook
when you log into your face book account, select the "Photos" link from the left navigation bar.
the "My Photos" link at the top of the page and then select "Create a
Photo Album" under the "My Photos" header on the next page.
Add the required album information such as the album name and privacy settings and click "Create Album."
the site. You will be taken to a window where you'll be able to look
through the photos on your computer (at left) and select the photos
you'd like to upload by clicking on a check box next to the picture and
on over to the "Try the Simple Uploader" link at the bottom of the
upload window. This will take you to a page that allows you to choose
your photos one by one rather than all at once. Make sure to agree to
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"
If your system is PC Restore Equipped, it will show show a black page with a blue bar across the top after the Dell Splash Screen. the bar will have www.dell.com in White letters. If you see this page for about a second during the boot process, the system is PC Restore Equipped. At the page with the blue bar, press CTRL+F11 and that will initiate the restore process. Providing the image is not damaged, then restore process takes about 20 to 30 minutes and will return the system to out of box configuration. If there are any errors or if the PC Restore page is not available, then you'll have to do a clean install of Windows using the Dell Windows XP CD that came with the system, then load drivers and applications.
I don't have a solution to the first part of your dilemma (why it won't playback) but I do have a solution for deleting the file. On your camera are "hidden" file folders. When you connect your camera to your computer, you probably only see two folders (that's all I see for my DMC-LZ8). But there are more, and your undeletable picture/video is in one of these folders. Find the folder and you'll find the file. Delete it from your camera using the computer to do the command. Problem solved. Okay, so how do you find the hidden folders? I have a Mac, so my process was this: 1) Connect camera to computer; 2) Select/open camera icon (looks like "volume disk"); 3) From top Finder bar, select File then Find; 4) Select the camera volume to limit your search to the camera (not HD or other external hard drives you may have connected to your computer); 5) Select "Kind" and in the next dropdown button "Folders". Voila. Happy searching. My hidden "undeletable" video files were in a folder called "100_PANA". I selected them then moved them to the Trash. Be sure to eject your camera properly (don't just turn it off or disconnect it).
Good luck. I hope this helps.
PS - My theory is that this occurred after an upload to my computer got unexpectedly disconnected before everything finished loading or else the camera got disconnected from the computer incorrectly even if the upload had already finished (see above comment to eject camera properly). In either case, the blank/black screen, unviewable but "there" on the camera taking up memory photos/videos problem happened to me, too. The above actions resolved it for me.
Your phone needs software to communicate with the computer. More than likely your phone came with Motorola Phone Tools. If so install it on your computer and it walks you through setting up your phone to work with your computer. If you don't have Motorola Phone Tools there is other software available (free) out there.