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Problem connecting to the computer

I have downloaded the software, but when I plug u the camera to the computer it says it cannot connect to camera. Can you please help me?

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  • lynne1437 Sep 23, 2008

    I downloaded software, but when I click on PC Cam I get an error saying "Sorry, you have no video capture hardware

  • vickie _este Oct 06, 2008

    the pc can not read the camera

  • xfuelx2005 Nov 28, 2008

    yes i have one also can not get pics from camera

    i have vista

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I have downloaded cd thta came with the camera, and it has no info..how can i solve this problem

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