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It is not a problem - just wantg to know (per page 17 and 29 of my Software Starter guide) how to upload images from my Windows XP computer to the camera.

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  • valjer1234 Jan 22, 2009

    Thanks for responding. I realize I left out some info.



    The camera I just purchased is a Canon Power Shot SX101S. I really like one of it's featurers where I can simply plug the camera into the TV and view the pics that are on the camera's memory chip (i,e, view the pics on the TV instead of a photo album or one of the "picture frame" things").



    Since I have many pics on my computer (Windows XP), I would like to load those pics onto the camera. With those loaded, I could watch even more pics on the TV - like our trip to Europe for example. I



    My users manual says that such is possible. But when I try to do so, it tells me the pics cannot be transferred to the camera. Hence, that is what I would like to learn how to do. Can you assist?



    Jerry

  • valjer1234 Jan 22, 2009

    Excellent - I'll do that very thing - thank you very much. Your check is in the mail:):)



    Jerry

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    You will have to clarify your question in order for it to be answered. What is the brand and model name of the product you are asking about? What is it that you want to know how to do?

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Jerry, thank you for that clarification!
I am afraid I don't know what software you got bundled with your camera, but I do got a tip for you!
I would recommend that you get a cheap USB 2.0 card reader, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into the card reader. Then you can move your pictures to the camera without using canons software, but instead by using Explorer. A cheap USB 2.0 card reader shouldn't be more than around $20-$30.
When the memory card is read with a memory card reader, it will appear as a removable device in Explorer, that you can copy images (and even other files) to and from, just like copying files between any other folders. An added bonus is that the card reader is several times faster than the camera on transferring pictuers to and from the computer.
I hope this helps!
Regards,
/Chris

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