Question about Casio Cell Phones
I have a Casio G'zone type S, the screen is broken, but I wanted to get the pictures off of it. I have the USB cord, but my computer will not recognize it? I've tried to find a driver for it... but no luck. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you might want to try it with a computer running Windows Vista - older operating systems will generally tell you that something is plugged into the USB port but will not allow you to access it as it does not recognize new software.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
open up the case and pull the driver out. put the jumper to SL (slave) and plug it directly into *********** boards ribon cable after your windows drive (XP), if it does not recognize it try moving the jumper to the CL (cable select) see then, remember to turn off your computer before doing this each time. if either computer still does not see the drive the drive is probably bad. they dont last a long time if you leave it turned on and running all the time. they tend to get hot and burn out. if the drive it self is SATA you will need an adaptor, if its IDE (wide ribbon cable) it should plug in and be seen. hope this helps.
Posted on May 09, 2010
Is this an inbuilt drive or an external drive? If you're using USB, it needs a USB connection. It shouldn't need drivers as the computer will automatically detect a hard drive.
Have you tried connecting to a completely different computer to see if that recognised it?
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
Welcome to FixYa!
I assume that you have a Windows 7 operating system.
Solution 1. Run the "Auto detect and fix utility" of Windows 7. Click start, then type "find and fix problems" in the search box. On the results, click "find and fix problems with devices".
Solution 2. Do an online auto fix from Microsoft.
Have a great day. Jas247
Posted on May 10, 2011
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