If you are experiencing problems using our website, please read through the FAQ as some of the solutions listed below could be applied to fix many issues. Below are the most common issues that have been identified by our customers.
If at any time during your use of our site, you notice an issue not covered in our help documentation, or if you would like to provide us with some feedback, please contact customer support here.How long will it take to have my photo gift delivered?
We have a full list of delivery times and shipping options available here.What are the minimum site requirements for using the RiteAid Photo Center on my computer?
Our site requires a minimum screen resolution of 800x600 pixels. Browser requirements are Internet Explorer 4.x (or later) and Netscape 4.x (or later). We do not support version 3.x or AOL browsers. At this time Netscape 6.0 is not supported on our site.My image is too large.
If you are using Fast Uploader and you notice "photo is too big" in the place of any of your images, then you need to reduce the file size of your image.
Please Note: You can also decrease the file size of your photo by adjusting its resolution. The size of your file is directly proportional to the resolution of your image. Increasing the resolution of your photo will increase the size of your file and decreasing the resolution of your image will decrease the size of your file. However, capturing an image at a high resolution is the best way to ensure that the quality of your image is preserved when reducing file size. Whereas, starting with a low resolution image could result in a loss of quality for an image that needs to be stretched or reduced to fill a 4 X 6 print.
Resolution can be measured in terms of pixel dimensions, 1280 X 1024 pixels, or by pixel density 2 Megapixels. The absolute minimum resolution that will yield a clear image is 930 X 620 pixels, but we recommend a resolution of approximately 2 Megapixels or 1200 X 1800 for a clear image. You might also see resolution referred to in terms of dpi (dots per inch) or ppi (pixels per inch). If you set your dpi to 300 and your image size to 4 X 6 inches, then your picture will be approximately 2 Megapixels.
300 dpi X 4 inches = 1200 pixels per inch
300 dpi X 6 inches = 1800 pixels per inch
1200 pixels X 1800 pixels = 2160000 pixels (or roughly 2 Megapixels)I'm using a browser other than Internet Explorer and keep getting errors.
Currently, our site will work at its optimum potential with Internet Explorer. We are working to make it consistent on all browsers, but for now please use the most current version of Internet Explorer to access all of the features on our site without issue. It is possible to use our Standard Uploader if you would prefer not to use Internet Explorer, but please note that the Standard Uploader will also work best with the most current version of Internet Explorer.Some buttons are missing from the Fast Uploader. Or: The Fast Uploader doesn't look right on my screen.
Some programs that are designed to block malicious software applications, such as spyware, popups, and firewalls will also block some of the features of software you would like to use, such as our Fast Uploader.The website keeps looping, or sending me back to the homepage.
You may need to change your cookies setting to view our site properly. To do so using Internet Explorer, click the "Tools" tab, select "Internet Options," click the "Privacy" tab, click the "Advanced" button, click "Override automatic cookie handling", block both First-party and Third-party Cookies and click "Always allow session cookies." Note: you will need to close your browser window and open a new one for the settings to take effect.The website keeps looping back to the homepage, or locks up and I can't access it anymore and I have already tried changing my cookies setting.
Your Anti-virus software might be interfering with the website (we've noticed this often happens with McAfee Security Centre). Below are the steps for remedying this issue with McAfee. If you are using a different Anti-virus program, then some of the terms and steps might be different.
Hint: It will be the URL that is in the location or address bar of your web browser when you are on our homepage.There is an error message in the bottom left hand of my browser window. Or: Nothing happens when I click the "Get Photos" button.
You might not have the most current version of Java. Please visit www.java.com to update or download Java. You could also check our help section on Image Upload Issues.
If the problem persists, try uninstalling the Uploader software by following the steps below. After the software has been uninstalled, please visit our website again and you will be prompted to reinstall the Uploader.
To uninstall the Uploader:
Please see our Image Upload Issues section of the help page for detailed instructions relating to ActiveX settings. Note: this could be a browser related issue if you are not using the current version of Internet Explorer. If you are not using the current version of Internet Explorer, try installing it and try accessing our website again. If the problem persists, follow the steps outlined in Image Upload Issues.I can't see any of my images during uploading or editing.
This may be due to your Java script settings. There are two things to check here.
First, check the "JIT compiler" by following the steps below.
Next, we need to ensure you have Java script enabled by following the steps below.
Return to our website and try to upload your images again. If you are still experiencing problems with viewing your images, please see Uploading Photos.My images are uploading slowly.
There are several factors that can hinder the upload process. Perhaps the most important factor is the connection that you are using. Dial-up modems cannot transfer information as fast as other connections and can sometimes timeout during an upload process.
The upload session will only stay open for a set period of time before it will "time out" and send you back to the home page. Unfortunately, this is due to an internet standard and is not specific to our website.
You can try uploading smaller amounts, or smaller file sizes. You can always add more images to your order at any time.I'm on a Wireless Connection to the internet and my upload isn't going through.
Sometimes wireless routers have their own firewall that can block the upload process. The only solution is to check the manual for your wireless router to find out how to disable the firewall or make it passive.Can I get my order delivered to my house?
Yes, you may choose to order your prints online and have them delivered right to your house.How much does it cost to store my images?
All newly uploaded and existing photos in your RiteAid Photo Center account will be stored in your account free of charge until either you delete them yourself or until you cease to be an Active User. An Active User is defined as anyone who accesses their account at least once every 180 days and makes a purchase from their account at least once every 365 days. Email notifications will be sent to the email address on record 30 days prior to us removing any photos. Please note that RiteAid reserves the right to modify this policy without notice at any time.Why has my image been cropped?
This may have happened because your image was not set to the correct aspect ratio. All files must be set to the proper format (i.e. 4x6) before uploading as this may affect the cropping of your image. Please view our section on cropping by clicking this link Photo Enhancement Tools.return to top