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Can I use the Fun! Flash 640 SE camera with Windows XP?

Is there any way I can use my Fun! Flash 640 SE camera with my Windows XP computer? I get an error message that says the software is not compatible with Windows NT.

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  • chi54 Nov 12, 2007

    Exactly the same problem. The only difference is my camera, while a 640, does not exactly match the specs on the page. I have an LCD screen.

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Yes -- with some minor modifications, you should be able use your Fun! Flash 640 SE camera with a computer running Windows XP.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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    what are the modifications

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Try the Windows Compatibility Wizard.

Posted on Aug 24, 2009

  • james leonard Mar 27, 2013

    windowsxp will not accept my 640 camera

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