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PhotosuiteIII, yes it is OLD, will not allow me to access the individual photos in an album. I can see the thumbnails and the file names, but it is sending me back to the source file to get the picture, not the album file.

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The album file only includes the thumbnail and a link to the disk file. If you have moved or deleted the original image you have to browse to it

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How to take file ownership in Windows 7 and Windows Vista


How to take file ownership in Windows Vista and Windows 7

Below is a link for a registry edit that will allow you to take full control of a file and grant your user name full access to the file. This is a great tool for system administrators and service techs because if you have to repair a system file you may not have the permissions to replace the file.

The other great option is if you ever have to reinstall your Windows Vista or Windows 7 system only the user has access to their user files. So for the administrator to get access to the files he can run this feature so that he can backup needed info quickly. Also note if you are transferring data from your old computer to your new computer you will still need this because the computer key is different. So even if your profile name on the computer is the same name with the same profile name you will still need to get file ownership to transfer your profile files from your old computer's hard drive.

Here is what you will need to do

1. Go to http://www.issken.com/Tech_Corner_Downloads/File_Ownership/own.zip to download this file.

2. Unzip the registry file

3. Right click on the own.reg file and select MERGE. This make the registry modification.
Note you will need to be a computer Administrator to MERGE the registry file. Also it is aways a good idea to backup your registry before making any changes.

4. Next highlight and right click on the folder/file you want to take ownership of and select TAKE OWNERSHIP. Note if you take control of a folder all the files under this point you will get control of. In addition if you are doing a profile you may have to wait awhile as it will run through all the temp and system files as well. Also note if you are having hard drive problems where the drive table was corrupted you may have to take control of the files one at a time because the sub directory connections are broken.


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After the command window closes then you should have access to the files that you ran TAKE OWNERSHIP on.

Note if you go to the link below it will give you the registry file to remove the TAKE OWNERSHIP option from the computer.

http://www.issken.com/Tech_Corner_Downloads/File_Ownership/own_rem.zip

on May 09, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Picasa 3 is the latest release of thesoftware from Google, and comes as a much...


Picasa 3 is the latest release of thesoftware from Google, and comes as a much amped up successor to Picasa2.7. Some features have been added, and some functions have beenchanged. Overall, it is an improvement, with a markedly better upload(a lot less failures), some nifty new features, but a slightly buggingand confusing interface. It is a pain to add pictures, the automaticscanning goes haywire on your hard drive (we recommend not settingPicasa 3 loose on your hard drive to scan the folders automatically),and adding folders manually mysteriously fails from time to time.However, the hosting facility is one of the best free ones around, sothis is taking you through some of the interesting stuff you can dowith the software.
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View All Portraits:
This is a really interesting feature inPicasa. You can view all the photos across all the albums with faces.To the left of the search bar, on the top, click on the face icon.Click on the icon again to get out of this mode, or click on ‘back toview all’. This is a filter, the other filter for photographs availableis all the pictures that are starred.

Upload A Slideshow To YouTube:
Select the ‘Movie’ button in the bottombar of Picasa. The first slide will be a text slide to introduce theslideshow. Rearrange the photos, add captions, select a music, selectthe transitions, and preview the slideshow a few times. Once you aredone, click on save movie, and then use the YouTube upload button inthe interface to put the movie on YouTube. Needless to say, you need tohave a Google account and an Internet connection for this feature towork.

Sync Picasa3 Software And Web Albums:
On the top right corner, above the albumor folder is the sync button. Using this feature automatically savesall changes you have made to your copy of the album to the version ofthe album on Picasa. This works for changes to the file, the tags, andphotos added or deleted to the album. This does not work forre-ordering the photos around in the album and changes made to the filenames.

Touch Up Photos:
This is used to remove spots from thesurface of the lense, artefacts caused due to dust particles or waterdroplets, and scratches and dust from old photographs.

Double-click on an image once it isadded to an album. Under the ‘Basic fixes’ tag, select ‘Retouch’. Usethe ‘Brush size’ slider to select a brush size. Ideally, you shouldselect a brush size a little larger than the size of the artefact youare trying to remove. Click once on the blot, and click to a similarplace elsewhere in the picture. The smaller the brush size, the lessnoticeable the patch up will be. Hovering over different parts of thepicture, you should see the blot getting covered up. You can undo a badpatch in this window itself. Once you are done fixing everything, clickon apply.
If you want to undo your changes, you cannot automatically redo them.

Screencapture Album:
As long as Picasa is running, taking ascreenshot of the screen using the [Print Screen] button will save theimage and add it to Picasa.

Improve All Your PhotosThis feature works to different degreesof effectiveness for different photos, but is one of those buttons thatlooks like magic. If you trust Google more than your photographyskills, select an album go to Picture > Batch Edit > I’m feelinglucky. There is no explanation for exactly what this does to yourphotos, but some photos were improved, some were horribly damaged. Copyall your files to another folder before you try this though, beforesomething goes horribly wrong.

CollageThe collage view in Picasa is ainteresting little feature to give previews for your Web albums. On topof the folder or album, next to the play slideshow button, is the MakeCollage button. Click on this button, and you will be taken to thecollage window. The default collage option is the picture pile, withthree border settings, no border, white border, and instant cameraborder. If your pictures are captioned, the captions will show up nextto the photos in the collage. There are five other collage optionsavailable, mosaic, frame mosaic, grid, contact sheet and multipleexposure. The mosaic arranges pictures in blocks of random sizes. Theframe mosaic displays one image in the centre, and frames it with theother photos. The grid and contact sheet have cells of equal sizedimages, and the multiple exposure mosaic is a strange option tosuperimpose all the images in an album on top of one another. Do notuse this option even by mistake in an album or folder with a lot ofphotos unless you want to crash your computer.

Search For Photos By Colour:
This is an experimental feature inPicasa 3, that lets you search for all the photos with a color scheme.Google searches for Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple and BWphotos. We wish they would have included a colour picker for thisfeature. Go to Tools > Experimental, and search for and click acolour. The orange search returns everything from red to yellow. Thegreen and blue searches are most accurate. The black and white searchesreturns all pale and grey colors, not photos that are strictly blackand white.

Customise The Bottom ToolbarPicasa 3 allows you to remove the rarelyused features from the bottom toolbar. Go to Tools > Configurebuttons, then remove, add or re-order the buttons as per yourrequirements and save the settings.

Get Rid Of Duplicate FilesTo get rid of duplicate files, go toTools > Experimental > Show duplicate files. Then select one copyof the files and press the delete button.

Copy protect your photosTo automatically add a watermark to allthe photos you upload to Picasa, go to Tools > Options and thenselect the ‘Web albums’ tab. Check the ‘Add a watermark for all photouploads’ checkbox and edit the text in the field. The photos uploadedto Picasa will have the watermark, but the photos on your disk will beuntouched.

Adding A Watermark To All Photos:
To automatically add a watermark to allthe photos you upload to Picasa, go to Tools > Options and thenselect the ‘Web albums’ tab. Check the ‘Add a watermark for all photouploads’ checkbox and edit the text in the field. The photos uploadedto Picasa will have the watermark, but the photos on your disk will beuntouched.

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How do I transfer picture from my e-mail to photo album so I can print it.


Looking at the photo in your email, you should be able to do this by following these simple steps.

Move the mouse cursor onto the picture and Click the Right Button on your mouse.

When the drop down list appears, You should select SAVE PICTURE AS

Then you will be prompted to name the file
So, type whatever you need, Duck On Pond, Moms Bday, etc, etc...

The default file type may be set for any extention. Usually it will say .JPG
This will enable the fastest emailing, uploading if you ever want to send it to others etc...

The most important fact to remember here, when you select save pictrure and are naming the file (name of picture),

PAY CLOSE ATTENTION to where you are saving it to...

You mentioned saving it to photo album... Perhaps you already have a folder on your harddrive called photo album and that would be great.

IF NOT. The picture will most likely be saved and waiting for you in a file called Document and Settings on your main Harddrive (Harddrive C:/)

Hopefully I've made this quick simple and easy enough that you find it useful

Respectfully

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How do i access online photo album via computer?


Where is the online photo album?
What is your Operating System and Computer Specs?
And maybe even you network speed details. Or at least give us more clues on what your problem is...

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How to uplod my picture in my friendster account


hii there kindly following the following steps. Hope u will like it

1. Log in to your friendster account.


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2. Point your mouse over 'profiles' menu then click 'photos'.


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3. At the top right corner, click 'upload photos'.



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4. In the upload photos area, you will notice that you had an 'existing album'. You may you use that option if you
wish not to create another album, or you may create another album by selecting this button. newmalbumkewlot.bmp


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5. To select photos to upload, Just click "Browse Files" shown in Step no. 4 Picture above.

6. A pop-up window will appear, shows like these:


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7. Locate the file, or pictures (file extension example: .jpg, .bmp, .gif, .png) you want to upload, select the file, or click. (See pictures below.)



selectkewlot.bmpBrowse the location where you save the copies of your picture. It would be very easy to locate if you save it in "My Documents" folder.


selectfilekewlot.bmpPicture shows that the file is selected, by clicking on the file, then click the 'Open' Button.


8. After Step no. 7, you will notice that your uploaded picture will appear below,


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If you wish to upload 2 or more pictures, you may repeat the step no. 7 until you reach the maximum total of pictures you are uploading...


startuploadkewlot.bmpYou will notice in the picture above that there are two items or picture in 'Upload Queue'. It means that you added another picture by performing step no. 7


9. To start uploading... Click "Start Uploading" Button.

doneuploadingkewlot.bmpUploading in progress... Once it reached the 100% its done...


10. The picture below shows that You had successfully uploaded your photos!
Click "SAVE" button.


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11. After successful upload friendster will automatically redirect you to your photo album.
To view your uploaded photo simply go to your profile and click "Photos" button.

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Gidday, I have windows XP on my laptop, and use Avira Antivirus Personal Free Edition. I have disabled my windows firewall as reccommended. I use a trading platform, CMC Marketmaker, and cMC has advised me...


Read through this I think it will help:-
Processes to be omitted for the Guard
All file accesses of processes in this list are excluded from monitoring by the Guard.
Input box
In this box you can enter the name of the process that is not included in the on-access
scan. No process is entered as the default setting. The names of the individual process
can most easily be obtained via the task manager. The "Processes" tab in the task
manager contains the names of all currently active processes. Select "your" process and
enter its name under "Image Name".
Note
You can enter up to 20 processes.
Warning:
Only the first 15 characters of the process name (including the file extension) are
considered. If there are 2 processes with the same name, Guard excludes both processes
from the monitoring.
Warning
Please note that all file accesses by processes recorded in the list are excluded from the
scan for viruses and unwanted programs! The Windows Explorer and the operating
system itself cannot be excluded. A corresponding entry in the list is ignored.
Add rule
With this button, you can add the process entered in the input box to the display
window.
Delete
With this button you can delete a selected process from the display window.
File objects to be omitted for the Guard
All file accesses to objects in this list are excluded from monitoring by the Guard.
Note
The entries on the list must not result more than 6000 characters in total.
Input box
In this box you can enter the name of the file object that is not included in the on-access
scan. No file object is entered as the default setting.
The button opens a window in which you can select the file object to be excluded.
Add rule
With this button, you can add the file object entered in the input box to the display
window.
Delete
With this button you can delete a selected file object from the display window.
Please observe the following points:
– The file name can only contain the wildcards * (any number of characters) and
? (a single character).
– Directory names must end with a backslash \, otherwise a file name is assumed.
– The list is processed from top to bottom.
– Individual file extensions can also be excluded (inclusive wildcards).
– If a directory is excluded, all its sub-directories are automatically also excluded.
– The longer the list is, the more processor time is required for processing the list
for each access. Therefore, keep the list as short as possible.
– In order to also exclude objects when they are accessed with short DOS file names
(DOS name convention 8.3), the relevant short file name must also be entered in
the list.
Note
A file name that contains wildcards may not be terminated with a backslash.
For example:
C:\Program Files\Application\applic*.exe\
This entry is not valid and not treated as an exception!
Note
In case of dynamic drives which are mounted as a directory on another drive, the alias of
the operating system for the integrated drive in the list of the exceptions has to be used:
e.g. \Device\HarddiskDmVolumes\PhysicalDmVolumes\BlockVolume1\
If you use the mount point itself, such as ‚C:\DynDrive’, the dynamic drive will
be scanned nonetheless. You can determine the alias of the operating system to be used
from the report file of Guard: Set the protocol function of the Guard to Complete in the
configuration under Guard :: Report. Now access the mounted drive with the activated
Guard. You can now read the drive name used from the report file of the Guard. The
report file can be accessed in Control Center under Local protection :: Guard.
Examples:
C:
C:\
C:\*.*
C:\*
*.exe
*.xl?
*.*
C:\Program Files\Application\application.exe
C:\Program Files\Application\applic*.exe
C:\Program Files\Application\applic*
C:\Program Files\Application\applic?????.e*
C:\Program Files\
C:\Program Files
C:\Program Files\Application\*.mdb

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Lost Olympus Camedia Master 4.2 images


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I have recently purchased your 250GB Portable Hard Drive USB2.0/Firewire. The idea is to put all my thousands of photo albums, and computer pictures on one hard drive. each time I try to download a...


You have to specify the path to download the pictures.
Make a folder on your new disk then select that folder like default to download all your pics.

If you want only to pass all your old pic to a new disk, simply select the folder, >> then (right click) select COPY >> then Open the folder (already created) in your new hard drive and with a mouse cursor inside the folder (right click) and hit PASTE ---------All your files will start to copying

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I need to know how to download pictures from files on computor to a disk


Go to your pictures. Insert disc. highlight the file or individual picture in a file without clicking on them. On the left side where the menu and subs are will prompt you to save these to disc. Click it. When you are finished selecting all the photos you want saved go to your computer and click on your disc. It should prompt you by asking if you want to save to disc and click yes. Hope this helps.

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