Question about Cameras
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They easiest way is to use a memory card to store photos on, then use a generic USB memory card reader to transfer the photos from your card to a PC. Until camera makers can use universal USB drivers built into the PC to run their camera's, these problems will always remain.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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Just click on this links and download the software and drivers
Software Link: http://downloads.sakarhelp.com/camerafrontend/Snap_Kids.zip
Driver Link: http://www.sakar.com/p-1085.aspx?categoryid=170
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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If your Windows7 is x32 version, then your driver should work in it. But if you have x64 version, you'll get some trouble to install driver for XP in Win7 PCs. I've stuck the same problem like you, but my case was modem problem. Programs like game or other application that can be installed in XP usually can be installed in Win7 64 bit and extracted in Program Files (x86), but driver case is an exception.
I've search via google but I got nothing. Actually, there is a way to install XP driver in Win7 which is use XP Mode in Win7, but you must upgrade your OS to Win7 Ultimate (I think, see microsoft website to make sure) so you can use this mode.
you can install two OS in your PC, Win7 and Win XP maybe. When you want to install driver for XP or if you want to do some work related to this driver, you can start up with XP OS, but if you want to do other work, use Win7.
This is so unconvenient, but better than you can't connect your camera to your PC.
Good luck Peter !
Hope this help and be kind to rate my answer please.
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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