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Computer will not recognize the camera

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Be Sure The Camera Isn't Plugged In When You Install The Software. After Installation Reboot Your Computer Then Plug In Camera.

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In order of likelihood:

1. Make sure your camera is charged (battery indicator good). Some cams can't transfer pics if battery is low.

2. Try a different USB port. Some cameras need a powered port. USB ports on the REAR of a PC usually provide more power than ones on the front, due to the way they are wired to the motherboard inside.

3. You may need to UNinstall the camera software and reboot your computer. Try plugging in your camera then; I rarely install the crappy software that comes with a camera (Windows should recognize most cameras right away). However, if all above fails, visit the camera manufacturer website for the latest software updates or assistance. I think it is:
http://cobradigital.com/

4. Your USB cable may be defective; borrow one from a friend (make sure the ends are exactly the same), or try BigLots or BestBuy.

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I can't seem to download pictures.... "device driver software not properly installed."... Is this a problem with the cord? It never used to do this....


No its not a cable or cord issue.


these are the steps that you need to do

1. unplug your camera from the computer

2. uninstall the Kodak Software from the add/remove programs or Programs and features in the control panel

NOTE: please make sure that you have the drivers/software or the disk for the EasyShare before uninstalling


if you dont have the disk with you, you can download the drivers here

3. restart the computer after uninstalling.

4. install the software using the disk if you have it or download the link provided above.

5. after installing the drivers restart the computer and after the restart plug in the camera and try to transfer the file to your PC


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The HP Image Zone or HP Photosmart software is not installed on the computer. Install the HP Image Zone or HP Photosmart Software, or see Using Your Camera without Installing the HP camera software in your camera User's Manual.The computer is configured such that it cannot recognize the camera as a digital camera using the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) standard. Set the USB configuration in the Setup menu on the camera to Disk Drive mode.

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My MAC doesn't recognize the camera.


This may be the way this camera works with the computer.... I would recommend removing the memory card from the camera and inserting that into the pc... then you can drag all the photos at once to a folder on your mac... hope this helps

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Canon 450D is not being recognised by my computer (I run xp 32-bit). When I turn on the camera, windows comes up with a "install new hardware" option. I have installed the EOS utility etc. but still the...


Both the Canon XT 350D and the XTi 400D are recognized by any PC with XP windows operative system. It seems you have to check your USB port or USB cable used to connect your cameras to the PC. Sometimes, the PC does not recognize a specific device connected to an USB port. Yopu can get into the System -device manager screen, and uninstall the USB port, and run the utility to recognize changes in the device manager. This will install the USB port driver again, and if it is a software issue the reason of the problem, then it will be fixed.

Also, you can check your cameras and USB cable in a different PC so you can confirm if they both work has should be.

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I bought a card reader/writer, and copied the pictures to my computer from the memory disk. I erased the disk, and now it works on my camera. Thanks for your help anyway. Problem solved.

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Uninstall all reference drivers to camera, reboot then install drivers again AFTER you hook the camera up to your computer.

Drivers can be found by clicking HERE.

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