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|haynstyle78||Is this deal still live?|
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|broadwayblue||Is there any way to tell how many of the bonus 3GB you have "earned" so far?|
|03-13-2012 07:32 PM|
I modified the wiki to include this tip:
In my case, the above did not work. I got the autoplay window and selected Import Pictures and Videos Using Dropbox but nothing happened. I then right-mouse clicked on the dropbox icon in the notification area (lower right corner of Windows) and selected Preferences. In the general area, there's a section labeled Camera Upload. Click on the button for Install Camera Upload. Once I did that, I was able to reinsert my memory stick and after the Windows autoplay window pop up, I selected Import Pictures...Using Dropbox and now it works. It started uploading my images.
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Edit: Wtf... whoever moved this thread and merged screwed everything up.lol
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|03-01-2012 04:14 PM|
I didn't realize but Amazon has Cloud service and each member gets a free 5gb. You can upload 2gb at once and from the desktop.
What is Amazon Cloud Drive?
Amazon Cloud Drive is your personal hard drive in the cloud. Store your music, videos, photos, and documents on Amazon's secure servers. All you need is a web browser to upload, download, and access your files from any computer. Get more details about using Cloud Drive
5 GB of Free online storage
Your Cloud Drive comes with 5 GB of free storage—enough space to store up to 1000 songs. This space is yours to use as you like and you will never be charged for it.
Unlimited, secure access from any computer
Use your Amazon Cloud Drive as the go-to location for all your important files. At work, at home, during your commute or while on vacation—you'll always have access to everything you've uploaded to your Cloud Drive through your Amazon account.
Never worry about losing your files again
Store files in your Cloud Drive and never worry about losing them if your computer crashes, or is lost or stolen.
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