I have lost my software for my camera, it's full and I can't figure out.
I had my camera stolen and it was returned about a year later. Needless to say I was very grateful but my troubleshooting book and software was forever lost.
I received a HP all in one printer. Fax, copier, and scanner machine, and know I'm insecure about diving into it, afraid I'll break it or something which is silly I know.
If you could please teach or help me to upload to the HP so I can print my pictures, I would forever be greatful!
Again thank you , thank you.
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Re: I have lost my software for my camera, it's full and...
First, go to http://www.zdnet.com/ or similar shareware site and search and download a freeware photo viewer program.
then, connect your camera to the PC by USB cable (the camera most likely has a mini-USB port). then open "My computer" and look for your newly-connected camera that may appear as a drive. double-click the drive to see your pic files. select one and open it with the freeware and print it to HP
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Your question is what if I found a phone that was reported lost...I would return it. That is why Verizon put's measures in place to block accounts from allowing people to activate phones that have been reported lost or stolen. Put yourself in the place of the person that rightfully purchased the phone and has either misplaced the phone or had it stolen. Would you want someone to return the phone or would you want them to try to work around the system to try to activate the phone that they already know is lost or stolen. By knowing the phone is lost and having the ability to return it and purposely not doing so, you are stealing the phone. Since Verizon has the MEID number on the back of the phone, they can return it to the rightful owner if you give it to them. If it were me, I would give it to Verizon and do the right thing.
Finally AFTER you've recovered your photos, consider formatting your card IN YOUR CAMERA (did you do this when you first got the card? if not, this is what eventually happens). Keep in mind formatting the card will also totally and permanently erase the card. Press menu, then select the tools menu, then scroll down to the selection stating your cards memory capacity and select it. Then follow the on-screen prompts for a "low-level" format. This should help prevent this from happening again in the future.
Hey maddie13, Unfortunately, Best Buy Product Replacement Plans (PRP's) only include coverage for hardware failures and manufacturer defects. If your iPod has been lost or stolen, we would be unable to provide you with a replacement. If you would like however, your local Best Buy™ store should be able to cancel your current PRP coverage and provide you with a pro-rated refund for its cancellation. To do so, you would simply need to bring a copy of your original store receipt to the service desk to your local store and request to have your PRP cancelled/returned. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.
Do you think maybe the problem is with the memory card rather than the camera. It is always safest to format the cards for the specific camera you will be using it for the first time you use it, that way it does not require to be reformated more than once a year ....after you make sure that you have backed up all your photos first ! Next time pack a spare card, but the camera promises to be very dependable.