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I am trying to transfer pictures from a digital camera to the computer.I have gone through the process that the nikon disk sad do. I am lost.

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I would purchase a card reader for your memory card, then you can drag and drop the pics into you PC. They are anywhere from $20-$30.

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The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.

Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use Nikon Transfer or any other photo cataloging program.

Oct 14, 2013 | PC Desktops

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I want to download pictures from a digital camera on to my compaq presario cq56 but cant find memory card slot


Hi samantha_hic,
Actually, the memory card slot that you have in your laptop is not for storage devices but for your computer RAM. If you would like to transfer pictures from your digital camera, you have 2 options.
  1. I assume that when you bought your digital camera, it comes with a USB connector. Use that USB connector to connect your camera to your laptop for your to be able to transfer pictures.
  2. Buy a memory card reader, take out the memory card from your digital camera and put in on the memory card reader then connect it to your computer via USB. Once connected, you can now transfer pictures from your camera's memory card to your computer.
Hope this helps.
MJ

Sep 17, 2011 | PC Desktops

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How can I transfer pictures from my camera to my computer?


it's easy to transfert your photos from camera to pc; to do this:
  1. connect your camera with usb cable
  2. power on the camera
  3. choose "transfert mode"
  4. from your pc click twice "my computer"
  5. choose your amovible disk and click twice
  6. select all tha photos
  7. copy and paste to your Hard drive directory

Dec 15, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I downloaded photos from my Olympus Digital Camera to my computer. I saw them on the screen mementarily, and now they seem to be gone from the camera and the computer. How can I retreive my photos?


the photos should be somewhere on the computer where a specified folder was chosen as your default for the pictures. Once the pictures are transferred over, the default is to clear the memory.

thanks adi

Feb 23, 2010 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Not sufficient to support digital camera software


the cause of this maybe that the software of the digital camera requires more ram memory try to check the digital cameras system requirements if it matches on capacity like processing speed, ram or even video card...

if it meets the camera's system requirement... yet still does the same error shows up
try to disable some of your system active processes which you currently not using like limewire, utorrent winamp or antivirus (do this only if your not using net for a while and that you have already check your system from viruses, that includes your flash disk or other media)

to do this go to the task manager and go to the processes tab and disable it.. if you dont know which processes to disable... then go the lower right of the task bar where small icons of the active programs are there then right click on your mouse to end/stop/quit the program...

thats it...
(please post the specs of your computer)
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Jul 07, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Pictures on my digital camera.Cant transfer them to the computer


I'm not sure you need any software to actually view camera pictures on xp, though there are many programs made for managing and embellishing pictures once you get them loaded into your computer's memory. Please go to this link for a general exposition of xp digital camera use.
Then connect your camera to your computer, and follow these instructions to download the photos into a file somewhere. (Maybe you want to create a folder in your My Pictures folder entitled Canon photos or something like that, just to keep them straight.) If you don't get an option to open the camera wizard, you can start it manually by going
to control panel>scanners and cameras>add a camera and the wizard should find your camera plugged in and start the download process...you can browse to the folder you created to have it store your photos there, or use the default. Once they're downloaded, you can access your photos using windows explorer.
But there are also a couple of great image viewer available as freeware: I can recommend both FastStone Image Viewer available here and Irfan View (available here)
Have fun, and don't worry about that red eye!

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!



May 01, 2009 | PC Desktops

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Where do you connect a digital camera on your computer?


Hello again,

Yes, most likely you can transfer pictures with your camera. The only that is required is that you install the camera software to your computer. What brand camera and model do you have? Do you have the cd that comes with the camera? What windows do you have? (95,98,XP, etc..)

Dec 30, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Transfer folder(s) of pictures from my Kodak EasyShare program to 'My Pictures'on my computer. having problem with 'Burn cd/dvd' application on EasyShare software.


you're not trying to burn the pictures to your 'MyPictures' thing.

close that and go get the EasyShare disc, your EasyShare Kodak camera (i hope) and your transfer cord

Plug your transfer cable into the camera from the small end, and the large end into the USB port of your computer. This allows the computer to recognize the camera and begin building adapters for it.

Insert the disk for the Kodak Easy Share program into your disk drive. Go to your "Start" button and hit "Run." This will bring up a window allowing you to choose the letter of your disk drive to find the file to run. Your computer may have Autorun, so it is possible you do not have to follow this step. If you do not have Autorun, click on the letter of your drive and choose the "Easyshare.exe" file when it populates. Then hit "Run" on the bottom of the window to continue.

Click on "Next" on your Install Wizard when it begins. This sets up the program to be used if you do not already have it on your computer. Click "Next" on all following boxes, as this gives you the basic set up and files needed to run the program.

Wait for the program to begin. Once it has populated the window with a gray Kodak Easy Share block at the top of the window, you are ready to begin. Click on "Add Pictures" on the top left corner of the window. A new window will generate. Go down to the last half of the window on the left and click on the Kodak Easy Share file. This is where your pictures are being taken directly from your camera, which is the drive or USB port it is connected to.

Choose on the next box the folder you wish to save your pictures under. You can opt to leave it in the Easy Share folder, or to rename the folder for the type of pictures you are uploading. If you have wedding pictures, you could right click on the folder and hit "Rename." Then type in "Wedding Pictures" and click anywhere on the screen. This will save your folder name.

Delete the pictures from the camera after they upload is an option you can choose to click on if you want your camera erased when the pictures are done. If you want this, click the box next to the "Delete From Camera" option under the folder name area. When you are ready to upload, click "Done" in the bottom left corner of the window. Now you have uploaded your pictures to your computer and cleared your camera.

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Jul 14, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Transferring pictures from digital camera to computer


if you have a sony digital like mine my pc pick up new hardware
and you get guided thru download process it is as easy as pie

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