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Discuss iPhoto - hitting my nerve at the Tools - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by krazy for me, using windows... everytime i have pics in the camera ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by krazy View Post
    for me, using windows... everytime i have pics in the camera roll, and i plug it into the comp, it recognizes "digital camera" and then it reboots my computer, and i have no idea why. its really annoying, any advice?

    For Windows :

    - Plug in your IPhone, and cancel the windows pop-up box
    - Click Start -> Control Panel -> Scanners & Cameras

    You should see a "Apple IPhone" listed as a digital camera. Right-Click -> Properties -> Events (Tab) -> Select "Take No Action"




    From now on you shouldn't get the windows pop-up When pluggin in the Iphone


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    if only i can do that before it reboots itself... which is like 3 seconds...

    i probably have to do it with another iphone or something, thanks though.

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    Default naming photos on iphone

    i synced my iphoto library on my iphone using itunes
    but the names of the photos arnt being displayed...is there any way i can see the names of the pics on my iphone?
    i really need this for my work..
    please help

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlewisnj View Post
    For Windows :

    - Plug in your IPhone, and cancel the windows pop-up box
    - Click Start -> Control Panel -> Scanners & Cameras

    You should see a "Apple IPhone" listed as a digital camera. Right-Click -> Properties -> Events (Tab) -> Select "Take No Action"

    From now on you shouldn't get the windows pop-up When pluggin in the Iphone

    Good tip! Thanks!
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    for all you mac users out there without "image Capture" app...
    when opening the iphoto, enter the "Preferences" either by hitting "⌘+," or just from the menu called "iPhoto" at the top left corner.
    almost at the bottom of the poped-up window you will see "connecting camera opens:" select "No application".
    this should solve your problem...

    ;-)


 

 
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