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Re: I can ´t to transfer my photos at my pc, i haven´t a...
Heyii u get its software manual installed in ur computer..or if not available with u then i guess some other pc suite of the same series would also work.. else open up the menu of ur cam and change the USB settings to 'mass storage',then it will work as a card reader for you and you can access all the data inside..and then you can just copy and paste your images..belated merry x-mas and happy new year :)
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You don't need the CD
Easiest way to transfer photos is:
Buy a card reader and take card out of camera, put it in card reader and copy photos to a folder on your PC
Connect camera to computer with usb lead supplied and follow on screen instructions
Get an external SD card reader/writer. They range from 3.00 to 13.00 US. It makes transferring photos way faster than using the cable that came with the camera. Photo's load directly to your hard drive so photo editing is easier.
You haven't to configure the your pc to download the photos, you need only the usb cable, usually provided with the camera; the cd is for the software of the Lumix to view and edit videos or photos, but you can use any other software you want.
The only other way is to transfer the photos from your SD card to a CD or DVD and then you can use that CD or DVD to transfer the pictures to any computer you want. Some computers have an SD slot in the front, so you don't need a USB drive in that case. You can also go to a photo store or even a kiosk photo machine that you put your SD card in and it will develop the photos and you can get a CD sent to you from Kodak or whoever owns the machine. USB drives can be bought for $10 or less now, so maybe the easiest thing would be to get one.
I had a similar problem. I uploaded my Nikon transfer program with no problem, and first time had no problem loading photos. Second time the transfer prompter did not come up on the screen. My manual said something about having a fully charged battery. I tried re-charging my camera battery, and tried again. It worked! The program came up and my photos uploaded.
does your cam comes with an installation cd if it does install the software and follow the instructions. If you do not have the cd and you saved the photo on a memory card simply connect a card reader to your pc and copy it directly from the memory card
I solved my problem by using the camera card in the scanner/copier and fron there transfer the picture to a file that way. Then I was able to burn them on to a CD. It did not solve my problem with Olympus Master and how to access a way to a file.