Lost free adobe photoloader with reformat...how can I recover?

New Here ,
Dec 29, 2010 Dec 29, 2010

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I know the program is a pain sometimes especially at startup, but I could use my free adobe photoloader to

dowload images and videos from all of my cameras.  I lost it when my IT guy had to reformant my hard drive.

I can't find it online anywhere.... any suggestions?

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Dec 29, 2010 Dec 29, 2010

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Never heard of such a product... but you might go to http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa to see if you can find a forum

This forum is not for product discussions, it is to talk about forum operations and issues

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it was a free adobe download with a simple "autofix" feature that was

awesome.

what product of yours now can upload files from a camera and has that

autofix function?

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LEGEND ,
Dec 29, 2010 Dec 29, 2010

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Hi Tommy

A brief Google search seems to indicate this was something that was part of Lightroom? I don't use that product so I'm not sure.

But you might try re-posting the question in the Lightroom forum. I've linked what I believe to be the Lightroom forum below:

Click here to view

Best of luck to you in sorting it! Rick

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>what product of yours

This is a user to user forum, with the space provided by Adobe... so you are talking to other users, not Adobe

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TommyP44 wrote:

it was a free adobe download with a simple "autofix" feature that was awesome.

Google's Picasa can do similar things.

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