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Hi Graham, did you get an answer because I am having the same problem and in my case its 92 pictures from a trip to Mexico!
Hey Graham and Pat,
I figured out how to move the photos out of Adobe with a standard copy and paste procedure. I minimized a split window with my documents/my photos and Adobe photos on the other. While holding control button (ctrl) - to move multiple photos simultaneously (skip Ctrl for single photo - I highlight the photo with a left click and keep clicking on each photo. Then right click and click on copy at the top from the drop down menu. Then simply paste them in the other folder or wherever on your hard drive.
I'm having the same problem. The pictures are fine in thumbprint but when I enlarge I get this red box with jagged edge going corner to corner, I want to transfer all my pictures out and delete all of adobe.
The red box means that the photo is not attached to the thumbnail. This
could be because the photo was deleted or moved.
Have you tried reconnecting the images and thumbnails?
As to removing the application, just go to the control panel, add/remove
The symbol is shown when the files are missing which means either the path/folder of the files have changed or they have deleted from hard disc.Select the file in the catalog and right click to select 'Show properties' option. In the properties window select the folder icon to explore to the location where these files are located. If you get the missing file dialog, select to reconnect the missing files. Do let us know if this worked for you.
I have followed your insructions but to no avail. My files are missing and no matter what I do I cannot get reconnected with them. I have tried to register with Adobe but ther internet connection has always failed. I have even tried to phone them but when its a matter of calling from the UK it gets expensive to hang on the phone when they are not answering. If my photos have been deleted from the hard drive and I don't know how they could have because I didn't do this, how on earth can I get the thumbnails connected to the photos??????
Have you done a physical check to see if one or more of the original
photos are where you put them previously? I will try to work with you
step by step with this... but if the photos are no longer there, then
something or someone deleted them. Let's begin with the assumption that
they are still there though.
I have looked everywhere I know to look but I cannot find them, the photos are named as my 1st Effort, the only ones in that file are 4 photos that I remember deleting. 3 were blurred and the other I didn't want anyway. If by some mistake the photos are deleted is there anyway of getting them back? Also why can I not register with Adobe and get an unlocking code. I so wish I had never put them there in the first place, but it was my 1st time downloading photos and it will be my last if this is what happens. Why do Adobe give anyone a Starter edition if no-one can get their photos out. What a rubbish company.
Any help will be much appreciated.
I am having the same problum but I did delete the the photos. They are very important and thought I had lost them for ever. Now I found them in Adobe but can't do any thing with them. I need a way to at least print the thumb nails, or burn them to a cd.
Do you know if your "trash bin", the one from Windows empties itself
automatically or if you have to manually do it? I would start there and
see if the ones you KNOW you deleted are there. If they are there, then
MAYBE the other ones are too. The other side is, if the other ones are
NOT there, then they MUST be some place still on the HDD.
If the ones you deleted are gone, it is likely that your recycle bin
empties itself when you shut your computer off.
There is software out there that can pick off "mirror" images from your
HDD to get the old images, but there is no guarantee and I have to
admit, I am not familiar with them. I just know that they exist. You
could try googling to see who in your area might be able to do this.
Now... the other thing I was going to suggest is this. Let's try a test
to see if we can follow what is going on your computer.
Take a couple of pictures with your camera. Load them onto the computer
the way you thought you were supposed to. See if you can get them into
PSA, the way you thought you should and then move them to a new location
and see if you can "reconnect" them using the "reconnect" function under
the file menu in PSA.
Try that first. In parallel, load Picassa and see if it finds the same
pictures... My goal here is to still find those images in case, they
ended up some place you didn't expect. I don't always pay attention to
where I put pictures and sometimes I find them in the craziest places.
It is likely not the software... it is likely me. :(
I had a look in the trash can and I found an Adobe folder, I had seen it there before but when I clicked on it, it always came up with a message saying not to open it. Anyway being as frustrated as I was, I did open it. I can't really remember what the messages were but every time it said yes to do something I did it and low and behold I have got my pictures back in my pictures folder. Fluke or what !!!!!! Thank you for your advise even though I didn't in the end have to follow it but I do hope it helps someone else.
How do I save photos from Adobe Photoshop Starter Edition to my "My Pictures folder?
Can you explain what you are doing? PSA SE doesn't really work this way.
It detects where you've already put them.
I currently scan to adobe photo shop album starter edition 3.0 ;
I am interested in finding out how to download an organized category to a CD. All photos and documents scanned are in order according to dates. I hope to carry them with me on a CD. Please advise, and thank you. Therese
If I understand your question correctly, you can't do it directly like
that with this product. You can with SOME scanner software.
What you might try is simply scanning to the catalog area, tagging the
one related to the CD as CD-1 or something like that and then burning
those with this tag.
Personally I don't like to use this software for burning though.
Please help!!!! Adobe 3.0 has all my pictures and i cant seem to move them, print them, or even look at them because the regesiter button comes up and when i fill out the form and push register it says that the website to register no longer exists!!!
First things first. You can still see your pictures with Windows
Explorer. The Adobe application only monitors/organizes your pictures.
Nothing more. Only you can delete them.
Go through the download process again and remember to register your
email address so that Adobe can send you an unlock code. That should help.
Hi I just registered to this thread but i think I found something. If you right-click on a picture you will see the "properties" link. This will open a window where you can change the title, caption add comments, etc. At the bottom of that window, to the left, there is a folder icon. if you mouse over the icon it says: reveal in Windows Explorer. Just click on the icon and you can access your pictures in Windows Explorer like any other file and move them to the folder you want, I presume.
Help, I have photos that I cannot get to because it says I have a missing files. Each of the pictures has a small orange square at the bottom of the picture, with a white border, and diagonally from one corner to the other what can only be described as a jagged edge.
Did you ever get your pictures moved?
It sounds like your images have either been moved or deleted. Have you
tried reconnecting the images?
I had the same problem as Rebecca: Adobe 3.0 has all my pictures and i cant seem to move them, print them, or even look at them because the regesiter button comes up and when i fill out the form and push register it says that the website to register no longer exists!!!
I called 1 800 833 6687. They were able to give me an unlock code. I was on hold for about ten minutes but it was worth it.