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Hi, DSC-W35 / 55 is plug and play camera, hook it with computer through USB cable, Windows will recognize it automatically and will install required drivers. You will see Mass Storage device icon in My Computer, click it to see pictures of camera. No need of software cd installation, Windows has inbuilt drivers for this camera. Thanks.
type in the brand of camera that you have into the search engine on your computer...(samsung S860) for example....it should take you to a download site of the company site and there you will be able to download the installment onto the computer that you are using
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.
Usually the maker has a website to download the drivers you need so your computer and camera can communicate. If you are looking for the photo editing programs that come with the camera then unless you registered your camera with the manufacter, they will usually charge you for another disc.