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Yes, you will need an updated driver for the camera to operate it on a Windows 7 system. Unfortunately, Casio does not list a Windows 7 driver for the EX-Z40. At this point your only recourse to to email Casio via the link below or call them at 1-800-435-77332.
Many times the older version drivers will work as new released operating systems try to be backwards compatible with software. Try loading the XP software or search the Canon website for updated software for your model.
Hello, normally the best way would be to go to the manufacturer's website, which I did but they do not address drivers support for Vista OS, might want to do a search for the camera's drivers and chek to see if there are any compatible 3rd party drivers available, hope this little info helps.
which software you mean. is it driver for windows vista. go to driver updation software. i prefer driver magician it scans your missing driver giving you most up to date driver for vista compatible. i want which laptop brand you r using. so i can give thre site address for downloading software.
There are no drivers available to make the Canon PowerShot A30 work with Windows Vista. Your best bet is to get a CF card reader ($15 or less) with a USB connector and put your card from the camera into it. Windows Vista will recognize the card reader and the photos without any drivers.
Try reinstalling your camera drivers. You need to uninstall it first while docking station is removed. Then reinstall your camera software through the cd that comes with it then try plugging it in again either on the same usb slot or a different usb slot. Then try docking the camera again if theirs any interruptions. Usually if you transfer the docking stations usb cord plug to a different usb slot, the transfer goes haywire. Try transferring to a different usb slot...
If all else fails, get a card reader for your cameras memory card, it is way faster...
There should be no difference in the performance on the camera and the opperating system you use. My suggestion would be to go on to casio's website and see if there are any software/firmware upgrades available for the EX-S600. To avoid this problem in the future you may want to bypass casio's software and just use the camera as a removable drive. To do this you would connect the camera as you normally do, press the usb button, and then in windows go to 'computer', formerly 'my computer' in xp, and under 'devices with removable storage' the camera should come up. just click and drag the images/folders you want onto your computer to transfer the images.