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Re: ipod won't load
Right conect your apple to computer look in my computer and see if there a g drive if so right click and exsplore look for the file you wish and delete manuley then start a gain with itunes
tick box load music videos hopefully this should work if not let me no and ill go throw the proses with my apple
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when everything has loaded, open the files on the memory stick. Should ask you if you want to open/view files. If this dosn't pop up, go to 'my computer', click on the memory card and go through the files like you would any other.
when you see the music in sight, simply highlight and drag onto ipod or itunes
maybe the pictures are corrupt files, if so what will transferring them to your desktop accomplish. If the files are good and you have the appropriate software to view them you should be able to on the laptop.
However if you want to try...
1) put in mem stick , when laptop recognizes it go into my computer
2) click on the icon for mem stick and minimize it
3) open my computer a 2nd time and click on drive pics are on
4) click on the first file / first pic and the while holding down shift key go to end of list of files that are the pics
5) rt click and press cut
6) then go into the other my computer open which should be the mem stick then rt click and hit paste
7) remove mem stick from laptop and place it in desktop
8) when desktop recognizes it , gather up all pic files with the shift key procedure done on laptop
rt click cut/copy
9) then go into c drive or applicable hard drive then rt click paste
Below is how to transfer your photos incomputer to a memory stick in Windows XP operating system
1.Insert the memory stick into a compatiblememory stick reader. Plug the memory stick reader, with the memory stickinserted into it, into the computer's USB port.
2.After a moment, a screen thatsays "Removable Disk" will pop up and prompt you to take an action.Click on "Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer." Thiswill open the folders on the memory stick. Select and open the folder whereyour photos are stored.
3.With the memory stick folderand the photo folder open simultaneously, use the mouse to click-and-drag thephotos to the memory stick folder.
4.Close all folders and removethe memory stick reader from the USB port.
5.To ensure that your photos havebeen transferred, plug the memory stick back into the USB port. When the"Removable Disk" screen pops up, select "Open folder to viewfiles using Windows Explorer." Once you see the photos on the memory stickfolder, you can close the folder and remove the memory stick reader from theUSB port.
Plug the memory stick into the computer and format it. Unplug it then plug it back into the computer, you should have a pop up that asks you what you want to do (open folder view, play and a few other options), you weant to choose Open a Folder View.
You should now have a window open that you can put files into, if not then go to "My Computer" and select it from the available drives.
Now open up the folder with your pictures in it and select all the pictures you want to transfer then press "copy". Go to the memory sticks folder and right click and select "paste" from the right click menu or hit "CTRL+V".
You will get a progress pop up that shows how long the file transfer will take, after it is done...so are you.
If the memory stick is not recognized when plugged in, you way need to load the software that came with the memory stick for its drivers.
Transfer the images from the memory stick to your computer, make sure the transfer has been successful so you don't lose your pictures, then to be safe put the stick back into the camera and delete them once back in the camera. AGAIN, before you delete anything, make sure your pictures have been safely transferred to your pc and you can view them all. Deleting the photos from the stick will make the disc empty again and ready for more shots to be taken.
SCMG - You won't be inserting it into your modem. But if the card fits snuggly and it seems to fit right, then you're probably where you need to be.
For all of you - it may be easier to connect the camera directly to the computer to download the pictures. All cameras come with the appropriate cable to connect the camera to a USB port. All you need to do is make the connection and then put the camera into "review" mode to view the pictures and Windows should automatically see the camera and ask if you want to download the pictures off of it.
I have the same problem .Ican see pictures on LCD but thet stick is not recognized by computers. we tried at wal-mart and other shops too. please help me. these picturs are very precious to me. Thank you.
The Coby DP-887 does not have built in memory so one cannot "load" pictures onto it. It is a viewer in every sense of the word. If you load pictures on a flash drive or memoory stick and plug that into the Coby DP-887 then you'll be able to view pictures or video.