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Re: Flopy disk for konica picture show dated 1997.
Have you tried just opening the drive A from my computer? if you cant the floppy drive might be plugged in wrong, not enabled in your bios or the disk itself is no good. if you have a green light on the floppy drive all the time then its deffently plugged in wrong.
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The date and time (and a lot more) are stored with every picture in its EXIF metadata. Any photo viewing/editing program should be able to display this data. To print this data, please consult the documentation for whatever program you're using to print your pictures. Depending on the program and printer you may print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back.
Organize and transfer music and pictures with Windows Media Player11 4.1 About Windows Media Player 11 While your player will work with Windows Media Player 10, we suggest that you use Windows Media Player 11 for a more enhanced media experience, both on the computer and on your player. Windows Media Player 11 is an all-in-one playback and recording program that lets you play your CDs, rip CD tracks to your hard disk, transfer media files to your player, etc. This chapter describes the steps that you need to follow to successfully set up and transfer music and pictures to your player. For more information, see Windows Media Player Help on your computer or visit www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/faq/default.mspx Important: Make sure that you have installed the Windows Media Player 11 software provided in the accompanying CD for music and picture transfer. Although Windows Media Player also lets you transfer video files from your computer to the player, please use the MediaConverter for Philips provided in the accompanying CD for video transfers. For more information regarding transfer of videos, see 3.6 Transfer video. 4.2.1 Add music and picture files to Windows Media Player library By default, Windows Media Player automatically loads all the music and picture files stored in your My Music and My Pictures folders into the library. If you add new files to these folders, they will also be automatically added to the library. Add music and picture files that are stored elsewhere on your computer or computer network 1 Select Start > All Programs > Windows Media Player to launch Windows Media Player program. 2 Click the down arrow beneath the Library tab and select Add to Library ... 3 Click <<Advanced Options to expand the dialog box. 4 Click Add... > Add folder dialog box appears. 5 Select a folder in which you have kept your music or picture files and click OK. 6 Return to Add to library dialog box and click OK. > Windows Media Player will start scanning the folder and add available music or picture files to the library. 7 Click Close when done.
The date and time (and a lot of other information) is always stored with the picture file in what's called the EXIF data. By default this is not shown on top of the image since neither the camera nor any photo viewing program knows which portion of your photograph is unimportant and can be obscured by this data.
Any photo editing program should be able to show you this data, probably in a separate window. Most photo printing software likewise can print this data, either on top of the picture or in the margins or on the back. Please refer to the documentation for whatever program(s) you're using.
I recently wanted to transfer holiday pictures from my laptop onto a blank disc, which I do by opening a window for 'My Pictures' and then opening 'My Computer' to get to the E drive (where my blank disc is). I click open a window for E drive (which shows it as empty) so now I have both windows open next to each other.
I then select the pictures I wish to transfer and then drag them over to the E drive window onto the blank disc. Then the computer transfers these pictures without a promlem and I am able to view the pictures now on the disc.
But recently it would not do this command. The 'cd writing wizard' would report to me that I needed to insert a blank disc which I had already placed in the tray. I tried different makes of discs, restarted my computer just in case it had a minor glitch, cleaned the laser head, tried different programs to see if anything had change without me knowing about it etc, etc, but to no avail. After much hair pulling, swearing and so on, I tried a program called 'Set program access and defaults' in 'all programs', clicked on 'add and remove program' and saw it was set on 'custom' as default (and will do so everytime I go into this program) then clicked on 'Microsoft Window'. I tried the above again and this time it transfered my pictures to the disc without a problem as it always use to.
Barring purchasing an unlock code, which is no longer possible, the local images are stored on the hard disk in JPEG format. Try searching for JPEG files on the hard disk: Start > Find > Files > images.
Remote images, if you uploaded them to Photoshop.com, are of course on their servers even if you did delete any local copy; but they're still YOUR property. You never waived the right of ownership. So you are entitled to have them back by paying a reasonable shipment and handling fee.
If you did delete the local copies, though, my advice would be to invest in a RAID-1 local hard disk storage for the future. It may be costly, but it's greatly effective.
Your pictures will be stored most likely in this location on your pc: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\My Pictures\Kodak Pictures. Instead of going to the program to open your pics go to where they are stored as above then copy and paste them wherever you want. I have a folder called my pictures where Ive put mine. You can rightclick on any photo and select "open with" and your favourite program will show on a dropdown list. Here is a link which may work for you? C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\My Pictures\Kodak Pictures I accessed mine by firstly coing to My Computer and then the C drive and then follow above location.
Place the flash drive (mem stick) into the USB port of the computer. Copy the files to it. Remove it from the computer and put it into the USB port of the other computer. Copy the files from the flash drive to the computer hard drive.
The memorystick (flash drive) will show up as another disk in File Manager/Windows Explorer, and disappear when the device is removed.
You cannot transfer already installed games from computer to computer, only the files. The game must be installed from the original CDs in order to function.
If the files are ALREADY tagged with the info then they should remain after transfer. There are no particular steps that you should have to follow. Different programs that you use will ask if you want to transfer that information with the pictures so just watch when you are transfering your pictures. :)