Using Windows 10. When I plug the camera in via USB, it recognizes the camera, but shows that there is no data on the card. In windows 8 it shows the DCIM folder where the pictures are, but Windows 10 shows an empty card with no data.
When I plugged my Samsung camera into my PC with W7, it downloaded into a picture folder. Now I've gone to W10, I can't find out how to do this. I can't remember how I did it before as it was a long time ago.
I upgraded two computers from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I just noticed today that a right click in a folder does not have anything other than New Folder under New. Windows 7 had several choices (Folder,Shortcut,Rich Text Document, Text Document, Wave Sound and more). My wife's W8 works properly and a W7 VM works properly.
Since downloading my " free windows 10 " I cant see how to download / save any photos...when I try to a window opens giving my just the option of "windows picture viewer" but that doesn't seem to be installed, just an app for "photos" and my my photos do not appear, I can not download anything from my camera either.
I followed the directions given by Microsoft here, but I'm having problems because the folder my music is on is on the D drive. OneDrive is installed on the C drive. OneDrive only seems to read data off the drive it is installed on so it doesn't see my music.
I tried installing the OneDrive software to my D drive, but it just kept crashing.
I tried just manually dragging and dropping the music folder onto the OneDrive using Chome, but it stopped once it hit the 15 GB storage limit. I have 40 GB of music.
I thought I read that you can upload up to 50,000 songs and it won't count against your OneDrive storage, but I'm not having luck with this as it is counting it against my total space even though I am putting everything in a folder named Music on the OneDrive.
I downloaded Windows 10 yesterday after having Windows 8. My SD Cards would be inserted into slot and it would always ask me to select the pictures I want to upload and I would select press enter and they would all upload.
Since Downloading Windows 10 I keep getting a window which says connect a device that you want to import from and it has two options try again or close. I hit the try again but just repeatedly keeps coming up with the same thing.
I just want to upload my photos from my SD card. I have tried 4 cards and all happens the same.
I have W10 installed on my desktop PC and my laptop and I am happy with both setups. But I do have a small niggle with OneDrive: The backup procedure is difficult. I have 6 folders with a total os 450 meg in files on OneDrive, but when OneDrive decides in update those folders, it updates ALL of the files and slows my internet connection down to a crawl for about an hour. This always happens at the most inconvenient times. I can find no way to set OneDrive up to do an incremental upload (only files that have changed). So I have turned OneDrive off. I would like to use it, but not the way it is working at present. So any setting to only upload changed files and not the whole 6 folders everytime.
Ever since downloading Windows 10, I have been unable to upload PDFs to a couple of different websites, namely dropbox and an online file converter (smallpdf.com). It either says there was an error or says its uploading but never does after a long time (hours). I have also been having similar issues uploading .PNG files to facebook messenger as well, I assume the issue is related to that of the PDFs. I've already tried resetting my web browser (Firefox), re-downloading the files, re-starting my computer and uploading files from different file locations. The issue persists when on different wifi networks.
Currently I have installed Windows 10 Home on my PC. The issue is that the File uploading software Filezilla FTP Client is not uploading files in this Operating System. The Previous Version ( Window 7 ) has no issue with FTP. Now my question is that how can Filezilla will upload files in Windows 10...
Windows Phone You can automatically upload photos to One Drive... So basically when I take a picture on my phone, I see It on my surface. But how does it work the other way around?
How do I see pictures that I take with my surface, on my phone through the photos app/one drive? I don't seem to see anyway to have pictures automatically save to one drive or to be auto upload to one drive on Windows 10.
Also, What determines what albums are shown under "albums" on windows 10m? I have a lot of picture albums stored on one drive but the only two folders that show up are camera roll and saved pictures.
If I scroll to the "folders" section of the app, I can navigate through photos app to the folder I want... But this is annoying.. the album should just show up under albums. How do I get that?
So, I am trying to upload a picture to this site, but every time I press "Choose File" nothing happens. The same goes for when I want to save a picture from anywhere online. I right click, press "Save image as..." and nothing pops up. It isn't that access isn't allowed because if I click and drag the image to my desktop I am able to use it, but nothing will pop up to save when I try to straight from the browser. I am using an admin account as well.
Also, any time I try to download anything, for instance, screenshot/photo-sharing software nothing happens when I press the button. I have a Pavilion dv7 HP, it is originally a windows 7 but I recently updated to a windows 10. I am not sure if the update had anything to do with this, but prior to it I never had this problem and I am only recently noticing it.
Before using 8.1 , when wanting to upload a certain file to a website or where ever , There is a pop up windows that let's you search to file to upload , after clicking the button on that particular website, now in Win 10 , when clicking the button the file search popup (Open dialog box) windows fails to appear and so cannot search and upload the files.
I downloaded pictures form my digital camera, or at least I was trying to do. Somehow I got form installing my camera driver, recognizing my camera to importing the pictures form my windows 7 migration to Windows 10 and all of my camera pictures. They went to "albums" I lost them for a little while but found them again through notifications in the action center. I closed the display and now I can't find them.
I want to accomplish two things. Find out where my pictures went, then get my pictures moved out of albums, and stored back on the computer where they belong!
Before installing Windows 10, when I plugged in my camera to my PC, I got a dialog box from which I downloaded my pics. Now, nothing appears on the task bar, nor do I get a dialog box. Am at loss what to do next.