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Try uninstalling n reinstalling new updated drivers.RICHARDM69

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Download cannon pictures


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When you view the pictures you should have an option to choose or check off which photos you want to download.

Try opening your disc where the photos are from your File Manager on your computer.

Go to your lower left corner and right click your mouse on Start and open Windows Explorer.

then look at your drives of your computer on the left side of the screen
You should see C drive and search for the photos or open the folder with the photos and whichever drive you have your photo disc in.

When you click on this drive your computer may ask "would you like to view the photos with MS photo viewer or something similar.

View the photos first, they will open all at once. You should have a spot to click in and put a check mark to download ONLY those photos from the disc to the laptop.

Give that a try. Of course if it states "would you like to download all the pictures, click NO if available.

Apr 20, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Hello, I bought a CoolPix S5100, and I don't know what software to install so that I can access the pictures from my XPSP3 workstation. If possible, I'd rather just install a driver so that I...


you can use the internal picture browser in the paint shop pro program to view your pictures. you will need to point the browser to the drive you want to view the pictures on it. I use PSP 7 for years to edit my pictures as well. there is limited to no digital camera support for this program. so with your camera connected to your computer it may show up as a mass storage device or maybe even like a usb flash drive. just use the same steps that you would use to view or save your pictures to and from usb drives. if your computer cannot see your camera then try using a memory card reader.

Aug 23, 2011 | Nikon COOLPIX S5100 Digital Camera

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When I try to boot up it says windows did not start properly and it just keeps rolling this screen. It flashes to the windows xp for a second and then goes back to the screen saying it did not start...


Try restore pc to factory setting. here is the way : http://support.gateway.com/s/software/microsof/Vista/7515910/7515910su12.shtml
Or follow this without picture is the same info:
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Restore from Factory Default

The Factory Default installs a new copy of Windows Vista™ on the computer. The installation restores the computer back to the factory installation of Windows Vista with all the drivers and programs that originally came with the computer.
Notes:
  • Be sure that you back up your data files before performing this option. All of your personal data files and applications are erased during the recovery process.
  • Due to the large number of virus and Spyware threats on the Internet, it is recommended that you disconnect all Internet connections before performing the recovery. After the recovery, antivirus and firewall software can be installed, and then the Internet connection can be re-enabled to update the antivirus definitions and perform Microsoft® Windows Updates.
  1. Remove all CDs or DVDs from the optical drives.
  2. Turn off the computer, using the normal Windows shut down process.
  3. After the computer is turned off, disconnect all USB devices except the keyboard and mouse. This includes USB devices such as a printer, scanner, removable storage, or camera.
  4. Turn on the computer. After the Gateway BIOS logo appears, press ALT+F10. The easiest method is to hold down the ALT key and repeatedly press the F10 key. Note: There is no prompt to press Alt+F10.
  5. Windows loads files.
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  6. The Please wait a moment screen is displayed.
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  7. In the Restore from factory default dialog box, click Next.
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  8. In the Destination Disk Information dialog box, click Next.
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  9. In the Notice dialog box, click OK.
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  10. The hard drive partition is created.
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  11. The factory default installation is copied to the hard drive.
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  12. In the Finished dialog box, click OK.
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  13. The Please wait a moment screen is displayed and the computer restarts.
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  14. Windows prepares to start for the first time. This may take a few minutes.
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  15. Windows continues setting up the computer.
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  16. The computer restarts.
  17. In the Set Up Windows screen, click Next.
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  18. In the Please read the license terms screen, select the I accept the license terms check box for each item, and then click Next.
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  19. In the Choose a user name and picture screen, enter the appropriate information, and then click Next.
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  20. In the Type a computer name and choose a desktop background screen, enter the appropriate information, and then click Next.
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  21. In the Help protect Windows automatically screen, click Use recommended settings.
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  22. In the Review your time and date settings screen, select the appropriate settings, and then click Next.
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  23. In the Select your computer's current location screen, click the appropriate option.
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  24. In the Thank You screen, click Start.
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  25. Windows checks the computers performance. Depending on hardware, this process can take up to 15 minutes to complete.
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  26. Windows prepares the desktop.
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  27. The Gateway Recovery Management is installed.
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  28. Installation is complete.

Dec 23, 2010 | Gateway LT2001u Netbook

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I have a tosiba computer, recently we had family pictures made we were given the cd to view the photos. when i put it in the computer nothing happens and in my computer settings it doesnt give me the...


Put the disc into your disc drive and then go into my computer. Click on the drive and see if it will read the disc. You might need to install Windows Picture and Fax Viewer to see them. Try the Microsoft website for it.

Nov 27, 2010 | Maxell CD-R 80 Minute 700MB Media...

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I stored pictures on my wd sync v7.0.328 and cannot find a program that will allow me to view them. How do I view my pictures on my computer once they've been stored on this device?


Can you browse to the pictures by either clicking on My Computer, click on removable media (locate your external HD) or are you looking for a program to view the images? Here is a great program to view pictures with.

http://www.irfanview.com/

Sep 12, 2009 | Western Digital Computers & Internet

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CAN NOT VIEW PHOTOS OR ADD TO MY PICTURES


The picture must be a j-peg file or the memory stick is a fake


thats why it wont work i have go through that technical problems i try and try it and the i figure it out !!!!

Jan 11, 2009 | Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo (2GB) for PSP

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I would like sto dump my system, and start over. Syst: Gateway GT5220. running Windows XP service pack 3


this will perform an install that will eraseeverything and start over.
  1. Remove all CDs or DVDs from the optical drives.
  2. Turn off the computer using the normal Windows shut down process.
  3. After the computer is turned off, disconnect all USB devices except the keyboard and mouse. This includes USB devices such as a printer, scanner, removable storage, or camera.
  4. Turn on the computer. To start recovery, at the prompt press the F11 key.
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    View Picture Files copy.
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  5. In the System Restore Options dialog box, select Full System Restore (Destructive), and then click Next.
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  6. In the System Restore - Format and Recover dialog box, click Yes.
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  7. Files copy.
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  8. In the System Restore dialog box, click Restart.
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  9. The computer restarts.
  10. Drivers and applications are installed.
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  11. In the Welcome to Microsoft Windows screen, click Next.
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  12. In the Are your speakers working? screen, click Yes! I can hear the music!, and then click Next.
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  13. In the What time zone are you in? screen, select the appropriate time zone, and then click Next.
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  14. In the End User License Agreement screen, click Yes I accept for both EULAs, and then click Next.
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  15. In the Help protect your PC screen, click Help protect my PC by turning on Automatic Updates now, and then click Next.
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  16. In the What's your computer's name screen, type a name for the computer and a description, if desired, and then click Next.
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  17. In the What's your Administrator password? screen, type the appropriate information, and then click Next.
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  18. In the Is this computer in a domain? screen, click Skip.
  19. The computer checks the Internet connectivity. Please wait.
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  20. In the How will this computer connect to the Internet? screen, select the appropriate option, and then click Next.
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  21. In the Do you use a username and password to connect to the Internet? screen, select the appropriate option, and then click Next.
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  22. In the Setting up a high speed connection screen, select the appropriate options, and then click Next.
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  23. In the Ready to register with Microsoft screen, to register with Microsoft after the OOBE screens are completed, select No, not at this time, and then click Next.
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  24. In the Thank you screen, click Finish.
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  25. Installation is complete. Any application that shipped on a separate CD can now be installed. It is recommended to update the antivirus definitions and perform Windows Updates.

Oct 06, 2008 | Gateway Computers & Internet

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Reboot whole computer


  1. Remove all CDs or DVDs from the optical drives.
  2. Turn off the computer using the normal Windows shut down process.
  3. After the computer is turned off, disconnect all USB devices except the keyboard and mouse. This includes USB devices such as a printer, scanner, removable storage, or camera.
  4. Turn on the computer. To start recovery, at the prompt press the F11 key.
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  5. In the Systems Restore Options dialog box, select Non-Destructive System Restore (Recommended), and then click Next.
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  6. Files copy.
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  7. In the System Recovery dialog box, click Restart.
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  8. The computer restarts into Windows.
  9. Installation is complete.

Aug 13, 2008 | Gateway MT3705 Notebook

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I want to reboot my laptop back to the beginning again


  1. Remove all CDs or DVDs from the optical drives.
  2. Turn off the computer using the normal Windows shut down process.
  3. After the computer is turned off, disconnect all USB devices except the keyboard and mouse. This includes USB devices such as a printer, scanner, removable storage, or camera.
  4. Turn on the computer. To start recovery, at the prompt press the F11 key.
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  5. In the Systems Restore Options dialog box, select Non-Destructive System Restore (Recommended), and then click Next.
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  6. Files copy.
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  7. In the System Recovery dialog box, click Restart.
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  8. The computer restarts into Windows.
  9. Installation is complete.

Aug 13, 2008 | Gateway MT3705 Notebook

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Viewing pictures from camera on computer


When I connect my camera a Microsoft screen comes up and asks how I want to view my pictures. Try going to "my computer" and verify if you see a "drive" for your camera. if you do click on it and you will be able to view your pictures

Mar 21, 2008 | Fuji FinePix S3000 Digital Camera

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