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A driver for what make and model camera?

If your camera uses a memory card of some type then you don't need a driver. The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.


Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files.

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I have instaled the cam right and my pc doesnt pick it up


You need to go into Device Manager:
On XP:

  • From Control Panel, choose Classic view
  • Double click on System
  • Click on Hardware Tab
  • Click on Device Manager
  • Locate the driver with the yellow triangle
  • Right click and delete it
  • Uninstall the camera software from Add/Remove Programs
  • Reinstall the camera software and it should install the drivers in the right place
On Vista/7:

  • From Control Panel choose either Classic view or Large Icons
  • Double click on Device Manager
  • Locate the driver with the yellow triangle, right click and delete it.
  • Uninstall the camera software from Programs and Features
  • Reinstall the camera software and it should install the drivers in the right place

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Hi,
Open RUN from the START menu, type devmgmt.msc and enter. You can able to view the device manager window. Once you expand the Imaging Device you can able to view your camera. Just Right Click and select Un-install and reboot your PC. Log in to the PC and check whether working or not.

If not working you need to re-install the driver for your camera from your driver cd.

Or you can download the driver for your camera from the below site and install it.
Driver. Click on the Driver link and select your model and Operating System and download the driver for your camera. Install it and reboot and check.

Please let me know for further assistance.
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The light next to my Vaio laptop's web cam lens is on but the screen is black. i.e. not capturing me sitting in front of it or anything else. Can't seem to get web cam to capture my image. Please advise.


The issue may occur if the Camera Driver is corrupted, missing or not installed correctly in the Computer.

Please re-install the Camera Driver in the Computer to resolve the issue.

You can view and download the Camera Driver from this link

Please download the SODCAM-01098002-US.EXE file to a temporary or download directory.

Go to the directory where the file was downloaded and double-click the SODCAM-01098002-US.EXE file to begin the installation.

At the "Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC1 Driver for Microsoft Windows XP" screen, click "Next".

At the "License Agreement" dialog, read the agreement, then, if you agree, click "I Agree" to continue with the installation.

At the "Finish" dialog, click "Finish".

Installing the Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC1 Driver should resolve the issue.

If the issue is not resolved, please try re-installing the VAIO Camera Capture Utility in the Computer.

You can view and download the VAIO Camera Capture Utility from this link

Please click on the "Download now" option on the page to download the file.

Then, please double click the downloaded file to begin the installation.

After installing the VAIO Camera Capture Utiltiy, please restart the Computer for the settings to take the effect.

Re-installing the Camera Driver and Camera Software in the Computer should resolve the issue.

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Can't download pictures from my camera to computer with windows xp. Manual says that a new removable disc icon should appear in my computer but it doesn't.


In order to download or view pictures stored in your camera to your PC, you have to install the drivers. Follow these steps

1- Use CD which came with your camera, and install the drivers for your camera. If you do not have the CD, You need to go to the pentex and download the drivers for your camera and operating system.

2- After installing the drivers, connect your camera, follow the screen to install the drivers. When it says ready, the icon will show up when you click start, then computer .
Now you can download, copy or view the pictures stored in your camera.

GOOD LUCK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Yes i have a sanyo digital camera, but my modem does not have a slot for my meomry card to go, so when i use my usb cord, my computer tells me that i need a certain driver for it to connect to my camera,...


your camera came with a CD which has the drivers, manual and other software. Here are the steps to install your dirvers and view copy your pictures to your PC
1- Insert your CD and install the drivers.
2- After drivers are installed connect your camera to the USB port and turn the camera on. Your PC will install the drivers.
3- After id is finished, click start, then computer. You should see Sanyo..... along with c: drive etc..

Now you can copy, add, delete, and view pictures stored in your camera by using your computer.

Good Luck!!!!!!!!!

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Mustek DV520T Video camera Cannot see files when I try to import


Hi there, in first replace or check USB cable( it may be have short circuit or is torn off.) If you use OS Windows98 need install driver, if WindowsXP not install any driver, if you install driver in WindowsXP, removed it. For viewing pictures install Blaze Video Magic and/or Ulead Photo Express. Read owner's manual, page 40 4.2 Connecting to computer. Manual and driver for Win98 you can get from http://www.mysilvercrest.de/en/artikel.php?a=93&av=2
SilverCrest DV77 is full similar Mustek DV520T. Cheers.

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