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Nisis DV6 problem

The rectangular shaped connector into which I plug both the recharger cable as well as the computer link cable  has come loose. How can it get it put back together?  Is it worth the trouble and cost?

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Found a local TV/VCR shop willing to check it out

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I wanted to know how to download the video to my computer

First you're going to need to locate the USB cable that comes with your camera and plug it into your computer via USB-port. Most cameras use a mini-usb cable, and it should look like the picture renzyfeist_1.jpg It should look something like that or similar to that cable and can plug into your camera. I'm not quite sure what model or brand your digital camera is, but look around for a flap or plug-in hole that is in your camera. That should be where you plug in the cable.
After that, take the cable and plug it into your USB-port on your computer, it's a rectangular shaped port that should match up with the other end of the cable.
When you've connected your camera to your computer, it should automatically detect the camera and prompt you to open the camera to view files. If not, follow these steps.
  1. Open start menu
  2. Computer
  3. Look for your device, should be labeled "YOUR DEVICE NAME - MODEL"
  4. Double click on your device
  5. There should be one or two folders once you've clicked it, click on the one that starts with DCM.
  6. Find your video and photos inside that folder and drag it onto your desktop
Once that's done, you should have the video that you captures on your camera onto your computer for viewing.
Good luck!

Mar 06, 2011 | Cameras

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I have a NISIS DV6 and trying to use an i.t. works 4GB sd hc memory card with it. The message on the screen says 'card error'.

I hope the card is compatible with your camera. If it is not meant for your camera you will get an error reading. In addition I find that the card I use for my camera is specifically made for cameras. Good Luck

Jan 07, 2011 | Nisis Cameras

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My samsungL200 camera has a cord with a rectangular plug on one end and 2 round plugs a yellow and a white on on the other end. How does it plug into my processor?

This is probably an audio/video cable. This means you will have to buy a USB cable to download the camera's stored pix. Since there are (way too many) different connectors used on cameras, I recommend taking the camera with you to ensure you get the right one the first time. The other end should be the typical flat, rectangular USB connector that will be plugged into your computer system.
Depending how old/new your computer system is, you may have a 'card drive' that can accept your camera's memory card. If it does, you can remove the card from your camera and plug it into the card drive to download. If using Windows, you can 'open' the camera's memory card just as with any drive and it will show on your 'My Computer' screen. If you see only a single folder, you may have to open that and perhaps another to find your picture files which will likely be '.jpg.'
You can copy and/or move these files to your hard drive for viewing and processing.

Feb 08, 2010 | Samsung L200 Digital Camera

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We would like to import footage from the Panasonic NV-GS 400 digital video camera onto a MAC - is this possible

Yes, you can transfer the videos from the Camcorder to the Mac Computer.

Connect the Camcorder to the Mac Computer using i.LINK/Firewire or USB cable.

I suggest that you use the i.LINK/Firewire cable to connect it to the Computer. The i.LINK port is also called IEEE 1394 or Firewire port. An i.LINK is a black D shaped connector with 4 or 6 pins. The type of cable to be used will depend on the i.LINK port of your Computer.

After connecting the Camcorder to the Mac Computer, open the iMovie Application to capture the Videos from the Camcorder and follow the on-screen instruction to complete the transfer of the videos.

Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nov 18, 2009 | Panasonic Cameras

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I have lost the usb cable plut the disc on downloading photos from my vivitar 3650 camera to my computor can you help

I didn't see any software on vivtars website for you camera. I found the manual which is at this link:

Drivers are not required for your camera unless you have Windows 98 installed.

You will probably have to order a new CD direct from Vivitar if you need software.

There are some programs for free that you can use if you want to transfer pictures to your computer and do a few simple editing features. Kodak has one. Adobe has one as well.

It doesn't show you in the book what the camera connector looks like. You can check with Vivitar on that. If the connector on your camera is D shaped they do sell USB cable with a standard D shaped end at most computer stores.

Jun 21, 2008 | Vivitar ViviCam 3750 Digital Camera

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For Windows 98:

Firstly you need the software CDROM that was supplied with your camera.

Secondly, you need a lead that has a connector on one end that plugs into a socket on your camera and has a USB connector at the other.

If you do not have the software CDROM, go to the manufacturer's website, click support and find a download of the software for your particular camera. If it isn't available you have a problem!

Install the software, it includes a driver which your computer needs so it can recognise your camera. Run the software and follow the on screen instructions. At some point you will need to connect your camera to your computer. Do not connect your camera until your computer tells you to. Use one of the USB sockets. This is a small rectangular shape that will match your lead. If all goes to plan, your computer will display "found new hardware." Just follow the on screen directions. You may be asked to restart your computer at some point, this is normal.

Hope this helps......

Feb 14, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 Digital Camera

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Driver upgrade

Use and Aiptek 3000 driver . it will work

Dec 06, 2007 | Nisis Pocket DV4 Digital Camera

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OLYMPUS FE-240 digital camara can't use port to unload photos

You better take a closer look. I know my friend Dave always looks in the wrong place. Here is a link to you manual

Radio Shack has cables of all sorts if you've lost on but it sounds like you just need a map and some magnification.

Nov 07, 2007 | Olympus FE-240 Digital Camera

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