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How to Transfer Photos: Windows Vista/7 Users
If you have Windows 7 or Vista, there are two easy ways to transfer your photos directly to your desired folder or directory.
When your iPhone device is connected, click on the Start Menu, and then Control Panel. Click Hardware and Sound. Select AutoPlay, scroll down to find where your iPhone device is listed, open the drop-down menu, and select "Ask me every time."
Step 1 - Connect your iPhone device
If you enabled the AutoPlay behavior using the method described above, you can skip this step, because your iPhone is already plugged in. If not, connect your device using the appropriate USB cable that your phone came with.
Step 2 - Import Pictures and Video
The AutoPlay prompt should appear with your device type listed at the top. Click the first link that says "Import Pictures and Video."
If for some reason the AutoPlay prompt did not appear, go to Start, then Computer, then right click on the icon for your iPhone device and select "Import pictures and video" from the context menu that appears.
Step 3 - Choose a directory, and import
Before you click Import, go to Import Settings, and select the "Import to" field to select the destination you want your photos to transfer to. By default, they will transfer to your My Pictures folder. You can also select the "Always erase from device after copying" option, though this is, as always, optional.
Click OK, then click Import, and your photos will be transferred to their designated directory.
If you don't want to mess with AutoPlay, you can find and transfer your photos manually using Windows Explorer.
Step 1 - Connect your iPhone device Step 2 - Click Start, then Computer
This should take you to a Windows Explorer page that lists your hard disk drive(s), and devices with removable storage. If connected properly, your iPhone device will register as a device with removable storage, and you will see the icon for it listed below this header.
Step 3 - Double-click your device's logo in Windows Explorer
Double-clicking your device will open it up as a directory, full of folders and sub-folders that store all of your phone's content.
Step 4 - Open your camera folder
Your camera folder should be located in [Your iPhone Device]\Internal Storage\DCIM\100APPLE. This means once you're in your iPhone's directory, click on the Internal Storage folder, then the DCIM folder, then the 100APPLE folder.
Step 5 - Transfer your photos
You can import your device's photos by selecting the ones you want, or pressing Ctrl+A to select them all, and dragging them onto your desktop. Or, you can hit Ctrl+C to copy the photos, and then hit Ctrl+V in the folder you want to copy them into.
Your camera will use a pre defined directory to store pictures and videos, it will use this same directory to display pictures and play back videos. You cannot change this directory. What you can try and do is add the music to the same directory where your photos and videos are and hope that when you browse through your pictures and videos on the camera that it has a codec capable of decoding your audio files. For the most part at the moment you simply transferred the files onto the memory of the camera, this does not necessarily mean that the camera will be capable of playing those files back. What you can do however, is hook the camera up to another device that is capable of playing the files (like another PC) and transfer your files onto it and play them back there. There is no guarantee that your camera will be able to play back your music files that you have transferred. You will have to find out what file types the camera supports for playback and convert your music files to that if possible (which it may not be).
Not sure why you would want to delete a folder that is in your camera?
Every camera that I have had, has 1 or 2 folders like that where it stores pictures. I find it makes it easier to drag and drop 1 or 2 folders to your computer explorer window than having individual ones to transfer.
You might want to format your SD card once you've transferred your pictures off it.
Or go to your computers windows explorer (where there is a list of your drives) Find the camera drive (USB port plugged into) open the directory and delete the folder you want. I would leave the original one in there. It's there for a reason.
Hope that helps
i have most simpler solution. 1. in ur PC, open a new notepad file. (anyname.txt) 2. write <html><body><a href="yourApplicationName.jar">install yourApplicationName.jar</a></body></html> 3. save it and close the file. change file extension to .html 4. transfer this file to ur Corby along with the Jar & Jad files of ur application 6. open this file to run the application and click the link displayed 7. enjoy ur application
Usually, the camera will show up as a Removable Disk in the My Computer window. Double click on the Removable Disk and the subsequent folders. The easiest way to transfer/copy photos is to click and drag them to the directory you want to copy to. Select the photo(s), hold the left mouse button down, and drag to the directory.
try to move the files to a new folder one at a time then transfer... to move the files press play to play the file, then hold folder button down for 1 second, then press + button to select folder, then enter to move... but do this one at a time because one of the files may be corrupted
make sure they are mp3 format and that you are putting them in the mp3 folder and that you are putting them on the card's drive, not the built in memory drive. To find out which is the card drive, take a picture with the card in, and which ever drive has that picture is the same drive you need to put the mp3's in.
first, and this is always good: If available, firmware for the Rio Carbon can be downloaded online.
Second, this might be the problem:
The Rio Carbon communicates with your computer differently in MTP mode than it does in MSC mode. When in MTP mode, the Rio Carbon cannot display hidden files in folders, cannot allow transfers to the root Rio Carbon directory, and cannot allow the creation of new folders. (Folders can be transferred to the Rio Carbon using drag-and-drop and copy-and-paste methods.) To use traditional folder options, change the Transfer Mode settings to put the Rio
Carbon in MSC mode.
"..Removing the Rio Carbon from a USB connection before Idle is displayed on the screen may result in a corrupting the player's file system.
If for any reason you suspect that your Rio player's file system has been corrupted, reformatting the player will restore the file system to its original state..."