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You will need to install the device drivers for the camera in order to get it to work with your laptop. If the camera is a built in camera then go to the Toshiba website to download the drivers. If the camera is external then go to the camera manufacturers website.
well...the CD you are talking about can be procured from another user or from your phone's official home-page(if any). The upgrade for windows 5/6/6.1 is possible only if your pocket pc has at least 128 of RAM 64 ROM and a processor of at least 300MHz(i tested under these conditions and it worked fine for win 5 mobile and it worked a bit sloe for win 6).For win6.1 you require double the amount of resources. Plus of that, I don't recommend you upgrading because the fact that your device is a bit old can be an important factor for this upgrade.
Try to replace you batery. It is not meant that a batery is still good when you gonna perform a charge.Because even it has the ability to accept power on it,it it will fast draining the stored power when a batery is weak due to the what we call low amperes .,the amperes of a batery is too small than the given specification when it is still new thats why it is so fast to drain its power.