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Bushnell Outdoor digital camera, usb doesnt recogonize device

Recently my sd card went bad on a trip and I removed it and took pics on the internal memory. When I plug the camera in the vista system tells me USB device not recognized, when I view the driver it tells me this device does not need a driver for this opeerating system

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Turn off CPU, Unplug Power cable, And all usb devices, let it sit for about 20mins. Plug it all back in. Turn on the CPU! If you view a driver, and it says you do not need one, then how do you have a driver to view? Everyhing has a driver, if they didnt then how could the CPU recognize anything?

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

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SOURCE: how many bytes per sector

Just leave it at the highest number and format it as the settings show, when you put it in the camera, the camera will put what is needed for it to work.

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SOURCE: Kodak C190 camera. I moved

This should do it for you: Insert the SD card into your laptop or computer. In the SD card go to "New Folder" name that folder "DCIM" in the "DCIM" folder create a new folder. This one you will name "101KC190" (I'm pretty sure you have the Kodak Easyshare 190, correct?) Now, transfer all of your pictures into "101KC190." Insert the SD into your camera and it should work. email me if you need to kylejwoody@hotmail.com

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