This camera becomes a USB Drive when you connect it to the computer automatically when you turn it on so yes just connect and it will work, no software is required. If you have lost the PC cable then you could also get a XD Card reader which costs less then a £10 and just copy them off the card to your PC.
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The reader in the camera has gone bad. You can get it repaired by anyone who fixes camera's or by sending it to Canon which will cost you more then finding someone in your home town that repairs cameras. Just FYI the repair is somewhat costly roughy 150 dollars or so
Hi there remove the card and and use the camera memory for photography. If you success then format the memory card from computer. Make sure there is no virus in your card or computer. After that fix it back and on the camera. I hope your problem will be solve. If your face the same problem in camera internal memory option then i suggest you visit service center for repair. Your camera software might corrupted. I hope its working after memory card formating. Thanks & waiting for your feedback.
I don't even bother with the camera and software. I use a card reader to download to a folder I create on my desktop. Once the pics are there I can view them from there or use a photo editing program such as Photoshop Elements to work with them. Much more reliable than the camera and cord method.
TURN OFF CAMERA. TURN ON PC. CONNECT USB TO CAMERA AND THEN PC. TURN ON CAMERA. PC SHOULD ALERT THAT NEW HARDWARE BEING INSTALLED (D-60). WAIT UNTIL COMPLETE. GO TO "MY COMPUTER" CLICK ON D-60 THAT SHOULD REGISTER AS A DRIVE. OPEN FILE OF D-60. CLICK UNTIL PHOTOS APPEAR. COPY PHOTOS TO NEW FILE IN "MY DOCUMENTS /MY PICTURES" CLICK ON PHOTOS. WINDOWS SHOULD SHOW YOUR PHOTOS. OK?
Hey there pills 67, it appears the only thing that has changed is your memory card. The possibilities which follow are that the card is not formatted properly, and therefore not recognised as a valid drive, or it is not compatible with your camera. Many digital cameras cannot format larger size cards well and work better with 512 mb than 1.0 Gb. I hope this helps. Good Luck!
Bassie - did you resolve this? My computer recognizes the camera just fine. I have photos on my card but when I try to download to my computer, I don't see any photos. I've emailed Pentax several times w/ no help to this problem. Do you have automatic MS updates set on your machine? What Virus protection do you have? I've run into problems w/ another program conflicting w/ virus protection software.