Got a usb cord, plug it to computer. Keeps telling me move of the pics not possible. Need to make sure i find a pairing device.
Only pairing available from my laptop is canon camera or still digital camera. Is there anything else i can try/
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Make sure camera is turned on and you set it to mass storage device. Usb cable may be faulty try/borrow another one. Try another device with that usb cable. Your usb on pc may be faulty or you need to update drivers.
IF you have plug-n-play capabilities,
you also need a USB cord that goes from the camera to the computer -
Many have USB ports on the front, now.
1) Plug the USB cord into the computer.
2) Plug the USB cord into the camera.
3) Turn the camera on (some cameras have a setting they need to be on to transfer pics - make sure you're set on that)
4) The computer should find the appropriate drivers and programs to read the pictures on the camera.
4a) If having them on the computer is enough for you, make sure the
"delete when transfer complete" box that will be in most programs.
4b) Make sure the pix will download to the folder you want them two.
4c) if you want to make an album/folder for the set of pix from the
camera, do so now (program prompts should show you how. If not, hit
"HELP") - I usually just use the date in reverse - Feb 20, 2008 would
be "20080208" - keeps 'em sorted in order.
5) Click GO, SUBMIT, TRANSFRER, or whatever your program calls it.
6) Turn off camera when all are downloaded.
The program should probably open the folder into which you downloaded the pictures.
I may have missed a step or two, but it should be fairly easy to figure
out. You can leave the USB port cable plugged in, if you have enough
ports, then all you need to do is connect your camera and turn it on.
When you receive your package in the mail, open it up and you will have three items: the USB plug-in device, a short USB extension cord and a telephone cord. Follow these steps for you to be able to install magic jack on your laptop.
1. Plug the device into your computer's USB port and it will automatically start downloading and installing some software that you need to be able to make calls.If the device doesn't fit in the area where your USB port is on your computer, then you can use the extension cord that was included in your package to hook up the device.
2. Another option is to use an a/c powered USB hub to plug it into. Using an a/c powered USB hub is recommended over using the extension cord, as it will save you from having some problems in the future.
3. You will also be able to visit the official website for this voip phone if you are having problems getting it to work all of the time. There are downloads available that are called "magic fixes" that will help the device work better with your computer.
4. Now all you need to do is to plug in any regular land line type phone into the device. The phone line that came with the device is best to use as it is recommended not to use a phone cord that is over 6 feet long. This is all it takes to install Magic Jack so you can start making free long distance calls.
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I would remove the memory card and use that to transfer the media to your pc.... I can't tell you why it is not showing up on any of the pc's. The only thing I can think of is possibly the usb cord is bad or that vivicam has special software you need to download. But you can definately get the media onto to your pc by bypassing the usb cord and remove the media from the card and place it in a folder on your pc .. hope this helps... good luck
Hi, Copy all your pics from the camera to your card and take the card out.
This is a factory reset procedure so you will loose any pics in the internal memory!!
Turn the camera off and take the battery out (including AC power). move
the power switch to the ON position and hold down the power button for 15
seconds, then move the power switch to the OFF position and release the
button, put the battery back in and power on the camera. NOTE: you will have to reset the time and date + any previous user settings.
Yes, if your computer has an SD card slot. Most newer desktops and nearly all laptops do. Your camera also has 16 mb of internal memory though. You won't be able to pull them off without the USB cord. The cord you need is cheap enough though. You can probably to to a local Goodwill store and pick through the boxes of cables and wires and computer stuff that has been donated and find one for very little.
Turn off CPU, Unplug Power cable, And all usb devices, let it sit for
about 20mins. Plug it all back in. Turn on the CPU! Also make sure if
your device requires "DRIVERS" or if you have a CD download and install
that before anything.