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If your VIVITAR VIVICAM 3720....

Take of SD or MMc from this camera and then put it into USB Card reader MMC/Sd. You can see a new Disck in your PC Your pics are in DCIM

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you can take out the memory card and fix it into the card reader (you will get a card reader vey cheap anywhere.). and connect it to your comp. Now your card will work as a flash drive and you can transfer data easily then... Hope this helps you out.. :)

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The best would be to contact the manufacturer as free manual download is not available.
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* Phone US: 1-800-592-9541
UK: 0-800-917-4831
Australia: 1-800-006-614

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For an instance, consider that you perform following sequence of steps:
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Similar behavior is also observed if you use FireWire or USB card reader to connect the SD/MMC card to your Macintosh computer and try to switch to 'Digital Camera' mode.
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To prevent such errors from occurring, you should continue using the camera in 'Disk Drive' mode. You can then successfully access it through iPhoto or Image Capture. However, to solve the existing problem of the SD/MMC card, follow these steps:
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i guess that it's an SD card, so most of the new laptops has this slot. otherwise you can by all-in-one memory cards reader which is very cheap.
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This device will allow you to read your SD/MMC removed from your camera directly through a USB port on any PC.
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my guess, the SD card was too big for this cam to handle..
I had a similar problem suggested recently.
When that user tried a smaller card, they had no problem.
I have used this cam, with a 128mb card and had no problems like this.
Whether the cam can handle cards biger than 128mb, i don't know!
I do have a 2gb card which i bought for my new cam and i will try it in my old vivi 3720, if i experience any problems like those of yours, i will post again.. hope this was of help

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colinfenning@yahoo.co.uk

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