Using a Memorex CD-R compact disc on a different laptop (Tosh) I stored some digital camera pics. At a later date I burnt some additional digital camera pics to the same disc. Trying to view pics later only the first selection stored were visible, as if the other pics did not exist on the disc. A long time later, on a new laptop (HP) the disc was inserted and all of the pics were now visible in their individual folders. (unfortunately I was not sharp enough to transfer the "lost" pics to another drive) because when I attempted to read the discs contents again the original problem occured and the original stored pics have once again disappeared...! HELP
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The date and time (and a lot more) are stored with every pic in its EXIF metadata. Any photo viewing/editing program should be able to display this data. To print this data, please consult the documentation for whatever program you're using to print your pictures. Depending on the program and printer you may print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back.
The answer depends partly on your operating system, and how you want to store the picture(s).
If you're using Win XP, for example, you need a CD Burning program such as Nero or Roxio. Windows' packaged burner doesn't easily allow you to add more pictures later.
With your camera attahced to the computer via the USB cable, turn the camera on, then start your CD burning program. Search until you find the "removable drive" named "Kodak EasyShare", then click on the top folders in each folder list until you get to where your pictures are.
You don't need the software. Connect the cam to the PC, press START, double click "My Computer", look for the Fuji Cam icon, double click on it, drill down until you see your pics, and you can drag and drop them into any folder you like on your computer. You'd have to transfer them to the net some other way.
you can download the software from some of the available following links ...
if you are using WINDOWS XP then you can transfer photos to PC easily with out any software... you can go to the windows movie maker and try ... your digital camera will be automatically detected in windows XP i think...
I recently resolved CD-R recognition problems with the KLH CDR2000. It's absolutely imperative that you utilize CD-Rs bearing the logo "COMPACT DISC DIGITAL AUDIO RECORDABLE". These specific CD-Rs are designed for digital music recording with the KLH CDR2000 and other simular products. I have a Marantz CD20 that has the same CD-R requirement. I purchased a Memorex 50-pack from Best Buy for approximately $20.00 plus tax. The recordings with the Memorex CD-Rs are immpressive for the KLH CDR2000 given the obvious flaws in design. Again, when searching for compatible disc for the KLH CDR2000 look for the words "DIGITAL AUDIO" within the "COMPACT DISC RECORDABLE" logo.