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Computer Downloading When I go to photo immpression (Software Included) it says that there are no photos on my camera when there are. Please help

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  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2007

    Oops. Just saw this option (Do you have the same Problem?) after Posting a response to the original query.

    I do, in fact, have the same problem. As I mentioned, I have tried
    reloading the Software (PhotoImpression) on two different computers -
    and even sent the unit to Vivitar for analysis. Let's say that neither
    endeavour was very helpful at all.

    Jaguar


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Hi.
I am experiencing the exact same problem with my 3695 (as described in my Post on here). It was working fine for a long time.. and then didn't.
I returned the unit to Vivitar in California, and they assured me that the Camera is fine.
Sorry to see that you are having the same problem, but glad to know that I'm not imagining things. :)
Hope that you get an answer to your problem soon - mostly because it will mean that I get an answer to mine (just kidding!)
Best of luck.
Jaguar

Posted on Dec 21, 2007

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