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My picture button broke , to take pictures , i can press it down , but it doesnt click or take a picture.

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SOURCE: my canon eos1000d camera does not click picture.

i have the same trouble... somenoe said to that might be problem with lens, he said thah i couil try with another lens, but i've got just 18-55... try, to take out memoy card, and take off lens...

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On the button with the windows picture on it (start button) next to that (not the ALT key the one to the left) their is a button named FN. And on the top where the F4 F5 F6 buttons are , find the 7! once you find it there should be a picture on a hand in a square! Press and hold the FN button while you press the F7 key!

If your keyboard doesnt have the pictures on them still try pressing the two keys!

If it doesn't work then go into the start menu and click Control Panel! And click Programs. Then Program and Features and find the APLS touchpad driver. and right click! Click Uninstall/Change! Then continue and click continue! And it should give you an option to reinstall! (No replacing anything or taking anything out!) I have never done this so try this option at your own risk!!

I recommend trying the FN and F7 one instead!

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I coonected my laptop to a philips model 32PF5320-28 and now i cant find what channel to put on so that i can see the image

from the Philips manual
To ensure the best picture quality from the PC
feature of this TV, several Picture Controls are
available for adjustment.
1 From the Source, choose PC-VGA or
PC-D mode (depending on the cable used
to connect the TV from the PC). Refer to
page 22 and follow the steps in “How to use
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Color Temp. – Allows you to adjust the
color temperature of the picture. Select
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5 Once you have highlighted a selection,
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should be channel 3 for selected channel

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Go to 'Messenger' in the menu and select the option 'My Display Picture' or press Ctrl+Shift+F8 and you will get a window the option "share my picture"
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Mine broke in half comepletely

this will help you for now till you get a new one,  put the phone on speaker,  then on the left side of the phone is the volume control , below that is another button, press it, the click on the right button on the front, (the one you normally use for contacts,  then press down till you hear Prompts, the click that,  then it will say mode,  click that, the press down once and then click ok.  Then after that, click end,  then click the button on the left again,  the the right button like last time,  the scroll till you hear call alert. the click that,  then press down once, then click ok.
this way you will hear what you have selected,  and it will tell you the name or number of the person is  calling,  make sure its on speaker for it to work.  
To get the pictures and video on it, when you go to the verizon store,  and get a new one, they will transfer your files, contacts, videos, photos. 

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G1 phone camera doesnt take pictures

As the others said, there are the two settings. I had a similar problem, then realized how it worked. You need to not press very hard while it focuses first. Then you can press all the way down, if you hold it all the way down, it doesn't recognize that you've already passed the first "Focus" pressure point and gone into the second "Capture" pressure point.

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Camera wont take snap

Because the camera has Mechanical Focus the camera button has 2 Pressures, Holding The first 1/2 of the button press will enable to Mechanical Focus to work, And then once the green dot is shown telling you its in focus, pressing the button all the way down will then take your picture !

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Broke top off

This is going to be somewhat difficult because you have to select your pictures first and have to find the device. First you have to press the menu button (which is the middle button on top with the line through it) then press to the right to select fun and apps; press select again (which is the top right button next to menu) then press to the right and select button. That would take you in the pictures. Press the down button twice and then you are going to press the number 0 button. Do this multiple times until you think you selected all your pictures. After this press the menu button again then press the down button 4 times this should take you to move marked files and press select. This should take you to the menu of devices you have which the first one is hopefully your computer. Press select and a message should pop up on the computer telling you to accept the files. Good Luck

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Nov 26, 2007 | Sony Ericsson K750i Cellular Phone

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Uploading Photos

Hi sorry about your phone.

ok let's get down to business

1. did you have a lock on your pictures?
2. did you transfer your pictures to your phone memory? (They are first stored In camera, you then manually move to the phone)

this is a solution for those who have not moved the pictures to the phone memory yet (ie it is still in camera) pictures in phone memory cannot be uploaded..

Step 1. start the camera by pressing the ok button at the center. (alternative is through the menu. left soft key. then pressing 4)
Step 2. if you have a user lock. input it now. if you did not have one then you should be on the pictures menu

i) the lock is the last 4 digits of your phone by default. (if you had used the lock pictures option)
ii) if you had swapped your phone like i did and later return your cellular service to it, do not use your custom lock, rather, use the default lock ie last digits of phone number (Hope this part makes sence)

i feel that these notes are important here because this point might prevent you from accessing your pictures and since you cannot see your screen, it is important that you know what to do at step 2.

step 3. Press the digit 3 ( or - scroll down 2 times and press ok) this will take you to the third option called Online Albums.

step 4 press the down button once( this will select the option called Upload picture) and press ok.

if everything went right, you should now be in a screen called In Camera with your left soft key now called Upload and your right key called Options

Step 5 click the left soft key (Upload) do not worry about selecting the pictures since the next step will take care of that.

step 6. press the down button once. this will take you to Upload All option. press OK

step 7 the phone will ask you where to take those pics. just click OK again to take them to the default album called My Uploads


STEP 9... there is no step 9! the phone is now uploading the pictures to your online album called My uploads just give it a couple of minutes..

1 It would be best to do this in an area you are sure has decent network service.
2 just to be sure, please have your phone on the charger( you are dealing with pictures as well as data transfer) when i was testing out these steps, i lost a bar of my battery so just be safe..

here you shoul

Jul 10, 2007 | Samsung PM-A840 Cellular Phone

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