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Charging I was hoping you could tell me if the USB will be able to charge the camera when it is connected to the computer.

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No, it will not. The digital camera uses separate AA batteries, and cannot be charged via USB like say a GPS navigator..

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Please try removing the battery and after a few moments replace the battery. This should "reset the camera. It has the same effect as a cold boot on a computer.
Never try o switch on a camera, when an USB cable is connected. Only certain camera's, and only when special software is installed on the commuter, can work with the USB cable.
Most cameras, play "dumb" and only accept 5 volt, to charge the battery, or will transport pictures to the computer when connected and the correct software is installed.
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When I try to charge My camera the screen says MSDC


If you're charging the camera by connecting it to a computer's USB port then this is perfectly normal. The camera is merely telling you that it recognizes a connection to a computer.

If you're not connecting the camera to a computer, then please reply to this post and specify the make and model of your camera.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS15 will not connect to pc and will not charge. Bad card on camera?


Are you turning the camera power on when you attempt to charge the battery? The camera power needs to be "OFF" when charging. When connecting the USB cable to your computer the camera must be "ON" and in the "PC" mode. Hope this helps.

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How do i know if my sl600 is charging? I have it pluggedin with the usb cable attached to the ac adapter. and the tiangular shape is orange. Does this mean its charging and how do i know when its complete


I'm glad to provide the information about charging the Camera. You can charge the Camera either using AC adapter or by connecting to the USB port on the Computer. Please make sure that you're not connecting AC adapter to the Camera when connecting to USB port on the computer. You can connect the Camera to the computer for more than 150 minutes(two and half hours) to fully charge the battery.

You can check the status of the LED on the AC Adapter while charging with the AC Adapter.
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Does the olympus x15 charge through usb connected to the computer?


This camera charge using the charger that came with it and the USB portion of it is only for file transfer from camera to computer.

Transferring pictures from camera to computer use the usb portion of it and not for charging purpose.

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How do u charge a kodak 7.2 camera, using the usb chord connected to the computer?


Use the USB cord to connect the camera to a powered USB port on a computer. Do not connect it through a USB hub. Be aware that not all computer USB ports put out enough current to charge the batteries.

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My nikon coolpix S220 wont charge. I had to buy another USB connector because my son lost his and it does not seem to recognize the camera at all and will not charge


The camera does not contain any charging circuitry and will not charge the battery when connected via the USB cable. In fact connecting via USB actually drains the battery faster because the camera has to communicate with the computer (even if only to say it has nothing to say).

The camera comes with a separate MH-63 charger. Take the battery out of the camera, put it into the charger, and plug the charger into a wall outlet. Once the battery is charged, you can put it into the camera and try connecting it to the computer.

Better yet, don't connect it to the computer. 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. Or you can use Nikon Transfer or any other photo cataloging program.

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My camera needs to be charged and i have lost the battery charger. so i put my camera on the usb cord and into the computer and tried to turn it on but it wont work.


You don't say what model camera it is, so I am going to have to do some guessing. If your battery charger normally charges the battery in the camera, then it probably will charge when connected to the computer by the USB lead. However, some cameras require the battery to be taken out and charged in an external charger. If that is the case with yours, then it probably won't charge by connecting to the computer.

It is normal for a camera connected to a computer via the USB lead to go into a kind of passive mode, just acting as an external disk drive so that files can be transferred, so not being able to turn the camera on while it is so connected might be normal. However, if you mean that you left it connected for awhile to charge up, but it wouldn't turn on after you disconnected it, then it is obvious that it cannot be charged up that way.

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Can i charge an Olympus fe-4000 with a usb cable connected to my computer?


No. The camera does not incorporate any charging circuitry. You have to use the supplied battery charger to charge the battery. The USB cable is strictly for transferring pictures and videos to the computer.

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Samsung L100 cant figure out how to charge!!! Adaptor supplied but no battery charger to plug in to mains. Do I need to purchase a battery mains charger???


you can charge the battery through the camera like a cellphone.

plug the USB cable to the ADAPTER then plug it to a wall socket then plug the USB cable connected to the AC power adapter to your camera

the USB cable should have an indicator (RED) if it is already charging and (GREEN) when its done


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