First im not a computer person, so there is your first challange. I have a erro code from a couple of different things. one is EsAppl.dill
another is Ac-3002 error another is Errocode 1334x97x4252799284x
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Re: trying to upload my photos from Kodac Camera
Esapp is from Kodak EasyShare software and so may be an uninstall and reinstall or reinstall of the most up to date software for the camera would help. Which programs produce the other errors? What do you do to get message to display?
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The best way to transfer pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo management program such as Picasa. Organize edit and share your photos
Uploading photos to Facebook is an easy way to share with
your family and friends.
Facebook offers several options for posting photos,
including your profile pictures, photo albums and photos posted to walls.
Facebook lets you choose files to upload from your computer
or take a photo directly from your webcam.
If you want to post photos to Facebook from your webcam, you
must first allow Facebook permission to access your webcam.
Navigate to Facebook's website and log in to your account.
Click "Photo" under the "Share"
heading in the center column of your Facebook homepage.
Click the "Take a Photo with a
Click "Allow" when prompted by
Facebook to allow access to your webcam.
Check the "Remember" box if you want
to automatically allow Facebook to access your webcam in the future. Click the
Click the "No Filter" link in the
top-left corner of the webcam preview window if you want to apply a filter
effect to your photo before posting and choose a filter from the drop-down
Click the "No Filter" link if you
want to remove the filter.
Click the blue camera icon to take a photo.
If you want to retake your photo, click the
gray "X" in the upper-right corner of the photo window.
Enter any text regarding the photo into the
"Say something about this photo" field.
Click the "Share" button to post
your webcam photo to Facebook.
You can also post a photo
from your webcam directly to your profile wall by clicking the
"Photo" link under the "Share" heading on your profile page
If your photos are stored on a SD memory card then remove the SD memory card from the camera and insert the memory card into an USB memory card reader. Connect the USB memory card reader into the USB port of your Dell computer. The Dell wiil detect the card reader as an external storage device, you can then open the folder on the memory card that contains the photos and then copy them to your computer.
Once you log onto facebook, navigate to your personal profile. On the left under your profile picture you should see a link that will take you to the photos page. Click this, once you do on the upper right corner there will be a button for uploading pictures and uploading video.
Are you trying to upload photos to the internet or are you trying to transfer photos from your camera to your laptop. If its the former then please let us know which webpage you are trying to upload it to. If you are trying to transfer pictures from your camera or another source then please let me know the brand and model of the camera
Hi there will you please explain me from where or for whom you want to upload photos? Because people faced problem uploading in facebook or any website & also from camera to computer. So i request you please explain the problem in detail.
To upload photos to your profile, follow the steps below: Option 1 - Using the new Java Uploader Upload photos to a new album - Log in to your account - Click "Photos" from the navigation bar - Click "Create Album" - Browse and Check the photos you wish to upload from your computer - Click "Upload"
Add photos to existing album/s - Log in to your account - Click "Photos" from the navigation bar - Select the album where you want the photo/s to be added - Click "Add Photos" - Browse and Check the photos you wish to upload from your computer - Click "Upload"
Option 2 - Using the HTML Uploader
Uploading photos to a new album - Log in to your account - Click "Photos" from the navigation bar - Click "Create Album" - Click the HTML Uploader link at the bottom - Select files to upload then click browse - Click "Upload" Adding photos to existing album/s - Log in to your account - Click "Photos" from the navigation bar - Select the album where you want the photo/s to be added - Click "Add Photos" - Click the HTML Uploader link at the bottom - Select files to upload then click browse - Click "Upload"
Use the usb cable supplied with your digital camera and plug it into your computer. It then should automatically be detected and give you the option to transfer photos or videos to your computer. If this does not open check your My Computer for irremovable media drive. The memory card in the camera will show up as another driver letter open up then copy the photos or video from there to your computer.