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Not that i am a geek or anything; but i have an OH and 4 techno babies so;
another easy way when you have uploaded your photos, put the usb key in the port and transfere the lots by saving onto the key. you just make sure when you save, that the "drop down" is on "removable device"; apparently.
made no rhyme or reason to me.
well done on saving those presh mems
We personally use a MAC and the iPhoto application. All data (photos) are stored on an external hard disk in RAID configuration. That means that you have (in this case) two hard disks mirrored and redundancy if one hard disk fails. Your advantage is that you have all photo albums immediately and you don't bother about backing up. You can also use a Windows machine and the external hard disks are quite cheap now.
Personally, I have all my photos on the C: drive, on an external backup drive and burned to DVD. Of course, the DVD is in another room. So if the house burns down, they're still all gone. Must take the DVD to work!
Whats wrong with buying a book to stick your photos in? Call me old fashioned but I've yet to see a photo album you couldn't open.
Can you tell I leave the techno stuff to Tracey?:jimlad: I can't even move the photos from the camera to the computer. When I tried I kinda lost the lot and Tracey kinda lost the plot.
It is very simple, You just plug in thememory stick and then choose the folder or drive where you have placed the pictures. Just copy and paste to your memory stick and you are done.
Well I got as far as "personally use a" and then you kind of lost me! I have an iPod (but I can't put anything else on it because I can't get into my "library"), but I've never used a Mac and I thought Raid was a fly spray. It's sad but true, you can't teach this old dog new tricks I'm afraid! By the way, if anyone can tell me how to find my iTunes library I'd be most grateful!!!
Liz, Rich, Hattie, Rory and Trev the dog.