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Get an USB card reader, insert the SD memory card into the USB card reader and then connect the cable from the USB card reader into the USB port on your computer. Your computer will see the card reader and SD memory as an external storage device, click on this drive and open the folders on the SD memory card to view your photos.
Insert your memory card into an USB memory card reader. Connect this card reader into the USB port of your computer. The computer will see the memory card as an external storage device, you can open the folder and picture files on the memory and copy them to the C drive on your computer.
Open the picture or photo. Right click on it and select "Save" Save it to your desktop. Insert your memory card, it should let you select "Open folder to view files" When it opens the files, you can right click and paste or drag and drop the photo, mp3, file or anything onto the card. If this does not work for you, let me know and I'll be more step by step descriptive.
make sure you buy an adapter for the photo sd card. and once you plug it in the computer will ask you what you want to do with the photos and do the rest. it is really quite simple. i just did it on my laptop yesterday. I had to buy the card adapter at walmart and it costs $15 dollars but it is well worth the money when you see all those memories on the computer. enjoy
If you are purely looking to view pictures taken on your viewcam perhaps a way around this problem due to the Windows 7 incompatibility is to purchase a USB memory card reader as I would imagine that the digital camera part of the unit stores the images on a card although without knowing your exact model number this is only a guess. USB memory card readers are relatively cheap now and would allow you to view and copy your image files by taking out the memory card, inserting it into the relevant slot in the card reader and then view your pictures through Windows Photo Gallery.
A more permanent but complicated solution to viewing both your images and your videos would be to set up dual booting on your computer and have both Windows 7 and XP. If you don't fancy the dual boot option you could try VMware which would allow you to run XP from within Windows 7.
Once you insert the memory card, double click 'my computer' and you should see it in there. If you don't, than plug the camera into the computer, this is done with the camera cable that came with the camera. If neither of these options work, let me know and we well take it further.
1. use a (usualy supplied) data cable... normaly a USB cable... it connects to your computer/laptop , Use a Photo utility program to "find" the camera. You should be able to view the pics stored in the camera.
2. If the camera pics are stored on a sim card then simply put that card in a multi card reader... (very inexpensive to purchase and standard on some late model PC's) and in most cases you can pull the pics directly from the card.
3. Take the camera directly to walmart or walgreen's photo station and they usualy can pull the pics directly from it.
give me some more info and I maybe able to give detailed help...
mod# of camera and what model/make of your PC.