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How do I put pictures in the key chain slide show thing?

I plug in the USB connection to my computer but it doesn't show any new drive showing up. My camera is the VistaQuest VQ500.

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  • minimouse114 Feb 16, 2009

    i cant put pictues on the key chain

  • elkristo Mar 09, 2009

    the first time i used this camera i plugged it in and the windows menu popped up it loaded fine. i just went to try it again and instead a menu popped up saying "open with these programs" but NO programs are even listed, i downloaded the driver which installed a photo program, and that wont load the pics, it just acts like i never pressed the button. everywhere else i try to load it from says the camera is either busy or cant be detected. im very irritated with this camera.

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Make sure the camera is on when you insert it via usb, check in the camera setup that it is set for PC USB.
Did the camera come with any drivers?
It is possible that the camera needs additional driver in order for it to operate correctly on the PC.
What operating system are you using?
More detail would be helpful, but what does it say on the screen when you plug the camera in?
Does it install it correctly or does it say there is a problem?
If it loads correctly the a new drive should appear in 'My computer'

Come back with more detail, I might be able to help more
cheers
Bri

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

  • Brinip
    Brinip Feb 05, 2009

    OK I am fine if my info was not helpful but....

    How is that 'inappropriate'?

    You give hardly any information, I try and help and then get a 'inappropriate'.

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