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Don't know how to get photo's off the camera in computer

I have a usb cord and can attach it to my laptop. Can you tell me what to do after that. Do I have to get a driver or can I get it to work from any program.
I would appreciate your help in this matter.
Thanking you
Rosemary Winterbone

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  • melrose_m_r Mar 01, 2009

    Thanks Rob for the info but it did not help. Nothing came up only, (windows can't find a drive insert the disc that came with the camera.) I did not get a disc when I bought it. Any other ideas please would be very helpful.

    Thanking you

    Rosemary

  • nita_mcllean May 03, 2009

    i did not get a cd with my camera. how am i supposed to use it

  • orangeporang May 09, 2009

    I don't know how to get the pictures off of my Jazz JDC27

    I would really apperciate it if you helped me

    Thank you,

    Michaela R.

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Hi Rosemary, welcome to FixYa.

You can try and see the pictures on the camera via My Computer, but if you can't you will have to get the driver for it.
Try this:
Turn your camera off. Plug in the USB cable between the camera and the pc. Then turn on the camera. Go to My Computer and see if it's listed as one of the removeable drives. If it is, double click on the drive. You may have to drill down a few folders, but if you can see it then you won't need the drivers. Let me know in a comment.

Rob

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    Rob Mar 02, 2009

    Ok, Rosemary. Sorry we coudn't get it going that way. Your going to have to get the driver for it. You can go here:

    http://www.driverguide.com/ and try to find your driver. Hope this helps, if it does, and if your satisfied with my solution, feel free to change it to a fixya. Just re-vote, thanks. I would appreciate it. You can come back here anytime for help, and thanks for coming to FixYa!



    Rob

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