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How to upload pictures to computer


Insert the USB cable into the computer and the other end to the camera. Turn on camera. Most camera's come with some sort of software for transferring but it isn't needed. When plugging such a device into a Windows computer it will then download and install the needed drivers to access said device. Open Windows Explorer, not not Internet Explorer... on some versions of Windows it may simply be labelled as, "Explorer.exe"...

If you've never open that program before then it should be in it's default mode and not require any tinkering. There should be a left pane of info and a larger right pane. Locate the camera on the left pane. Double click it to open and keep opening folders til you get to your pictures which would show up in the right pane.

If the default view is libraries then you need the change view icon. It looks like a two panelled icon, a smaller left side and larger right side image, click it to change to panel view.

Select all images in the panel either by pressing CTRL + A to select all, or CTRL + L click on each image to select individual ones. After all have been selected, R click the highlighted images and select copy. Look at the left panel and look for where you want to copy the images to. Either My Photo's folder or make a new one. Once there, in a blank space in the 2nd pane, R click again and select paste and all selected images from the previous pane/panel will be copied to the new folder.

Aug 06, 2015 | Cameras

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Sir I tried to copy the pictures from camera to my PC but its not opening n show no folder in side the camera but when i take out the connection from PC it automatically showing the pics in cam.Will you...


Hi, the photos are visible in the Camera and not when connected to camera because in Windows the photos are hidden. You can view the hidden files by following below mentioned steps:

Please connect the Camera to the Computer, then open the Folder containing the Photos:

Click on Tools>Folder Options>View tab>select Show Hidden Files, Folders and Drives option.

Then, click OK. Now the photos should be visible in Windows.

Please reply me if you face any problem in following the above mentioned steps.

Apr 07, 2011 | Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z60 Digital Camera

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Unable to upload the pics. while trying to copy, the message says, all the pics are stored in hidden files. what to do?


Hi, you unhide the hidden files in the Computer. Please open the folder containing images of the Digital Camera and click on Tools>Folder Options> View tab> Show Hidden files, folders and Drives option. This will show the hidden files in the Memory Card of the Digital Camera.


View this screenshot for detail information of the procedure:

http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/show-hidden-files-and-folders-in-windows-vista/

Mar 30, 2011 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W30 Digital Camera

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Cant save pictures


QuickCam Gallery
Your pictures and videos can be viewed in the QuickCam gallery. To view your pictures in the Gallery:
  1. Launch QuickCam (Start > Programs > Logitech > Logitech QuickCam)
  2. From the QuickCam menu, click the QuickCapture button as shown below:
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  3. View your pictures and videos in the Gallery area located below the main QuickCapture window as shown below:
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For the picture gallery, click in the picture icon:
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For the video gallery, click on the film icon:
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My Pictures / My Videos Picture Files:
You can also view your pictures and videos by opening the QuickCam folder in My Pictures or My Videos. To see your pictures this way, do the following:
  1. Open the My Pictures folder (Start > My Pictures) as shown below:
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    NOTE: If you have Classic view in Windows XP, simply open the My Documents folder on your desktop and then open the My Pictures folder.
  2. Open the QuickCam folder.
  3. Your pictures will be shown as follows:
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  4. To view your pictures, double-click and they will open in the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer or any other picture viewer you have set as your default picture viewer on your computer..

Video Files:
To view your video files:
  1. Open My Documents folder as shown below:
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  2. Open the My Videos folder:
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  3. Open the QuickCam folder:
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  4. Double-click on the video file you wish to view and it will open in Windows Media Player or any other video player you have set as your default video player on your computer.

Jan 15, 2009 | Logitech QuickCam Communicate STX Personal...

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Transferring pictures


Once the camera is attached to the computer via USB cable, windows explorer treats the camera card just like another hard drive. the same goes if the camera card is inserted into a card reader.

Because of this, the camera can be seen as a listed hard drive, (C:), (D:), (E:)..... With windows explorer open view "Computer", listing all existing drives, plug your usb cable into the computer and the camera. When you turn on your camera, AutoPlay begins. Choices range from import pictures to viewing pictures with whatever programs are loaded into you computer.

If not AutoPlay then just use Windows Explorer. The Camera will appear as "Removable Disk (K:) [(K:) is on my computer]. Opening this disk will show subdirectories "DCIM" and 100OLYMP. Your pictures are in 100OLYMP. They can be higlighted and drug into the folder of your choice on your computer.

View with windows media center, etc. or download Google's free PICASA 3. It can also download ("Import") your pictures.

good luck

Nov 13, 2008 | Olympus Camedia C-700 Ultra Zoom Digital...

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Cannot upload pictures on my laptop or open library~~~help me...:-(


Make sure you have completely uninstalled AOL, as this can still cause certain problems. When you connect your cam you should be able to view pics within Windows my pictues and should ask to import files. It should also show up in my computer as a drive if it's recognised by windows, if so you can explore it and open the folder with pics in

Mar 07, 2007 | Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z600 Digital Camera

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NEF Image will not open - Macintosh


RAW NEF images from Nikon cameras are proprietary formatted raw data directly from the cameras's sensor. If the images are improperly transferred to the computer they will not be able to be opened and will give an "Unsupported File Format" warning. Macintosh OS X has an "Image Capture" application (found in: Hard Drive/Applications/)that can be used to transfer images. If "Image Capture" is used NEF files will be corrupted and will not be able to be read. Only Nikon View, or manually dragging images from the mounted card, should be used to transfer NEF's. To disable "Image Capture": Double-click to open the hard drive and then the "Applications" folder Double-click "Image Capture" From the "Image Capture" menu choose "Preferences..." In the "When a camera is connected" pop-up choose "No Application" Close the Preferences window and Quit Image Capture After disabling Image Capture, it will not launch when the camera is connected and you can use Nikon View to properly transfer NEF images.

Aug 30, 2005 | Nikon Coolpix 5000 Digital Camera

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NEF Image will not open - Macintosh


RAW NEF images from Nikon cameras are proprietary formatted raw data directly from the cameras's sensor. If the images are improperly transferred to the computer they will not be able to be opened and will give an "Unsupported File Format" warning. Macintosh OS X has an "Image Capture" application (found in: Hard Drive/Applications/)that can be used to transfer images. If "Image Capture" is used NEF files will be corrupted and will not be able to be read. Only Nikon View, or manually dragging images from the mounted card, should be used to transfer NEF's. To disable "Image Capture": Double-click to open the hard drive and then the "Applications" folder Double-click "Image Capture" From the "Image Capture" menu choose "Preferences..." In the "When a camera is connected" pop-up choose "No Application" Close the Preferences window and Quit Image Capture After disabling Image Capture, it will not launch when the camera is connected and you can use Nikon View to properly transfer NEF images.

Aug 30, 2005 | Nikon D70 Digital Camera with 18-50mm Lens

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NEF Image will not open - Macintosh


RAW NEF images from Nikon cameras are proprietary formatted raw data directly from the cameras's sensor. If the images are improperly transferred to the computer they will not be able to be opened and will give an "Unsupported File Format" warning. Macintosh OS X has an "Image Capture" application (found in: Hard Drive/Applications/)that can be used to transfer images. If "Image Capture" is used NEF files will be corrupted and will not be able to be read. Only Nikon View, or manually dragging images from the mounted card, should be used to transfer NEF's. To disable "Image Capture": Double-click to open the hard drive and then the "Applications" folder Double-click "Image Capture" From the "Image Capture" menu choose "Preferences..." In the "When a camera is connected" pop-up choose "No Application" Close the Preferences window and Quit Image Capture After disabling Image Capture, it will not launch when the camera is connected and you can use Nikon View to properly transfer NEF images.

Aug 29, 2005 | Nikon Coolpix 5700 Digital Camera

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