Question about Cameras
Bought a USB cable and need a driver in order to transfer pics to computer.
Try the Sanyo web page under support and find the model of your unit, they should list the file you need to download.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First you should have a program installed in your computer to transfer your pictures, best is canon's.
Once the USB cable is connected you should turn your camera on, automatictly the program detects your camera and asks you to press the transfering button. Good Luck.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Hi There, If you are using Windows xp or vista, you probably don't need special drivers, the computer should recognize what you are trying to do. Just in case, check your owners manual for computer/download info. Also check your usb input or try another usb input to make sure they are working. You could also try a friends computer to eliminate trouble with your own. If all else fails, you could purchase a usb multi- card reader to down load your pics, around $20.00.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
Just getting a car reader will be much easier than trying to take the Coolpix apart and repairing. Also your USB cord could be damaged.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
SOURCE: transfer pics to computer
You dont need anything else actually. When you connect the usb cable and turn on your camera the OS on your computer will find your camera, then it will ask you what you want to do, select to open the folder on your camera, now you will see all the pictures on it, mark and copy the ones you want to move to your computer, go to the folder on your computer that you want to store them and past them in there. Thats all there is to do.
Good luck to u
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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