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Windows will not cecognize my camera

I was able to connect my camera to my computer by USB and MICROSOFT CAMERA and SCANNER WIZARD would open,now it

will not. Also my computer will not recognize my camera.

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  • cukimonstr Nov 01, 2007

    My camera plugs into my computer, and the wizard opens up but it is blank. Also when I attempt to open from 'my computer' it is all blank and when I click on 'get pictures from camera' it tells me that it is busy & try again later.

  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2007

    usb does not recognise my camera

  • leonp Nov 19, 2007

    I connect my camera to my PC and it appears that Windows does not recognize the USB massive storage unit. I have XP, and in other equipment it recognizes the camera, and my equipment recognized immediatly a ViviCam 8400.

  • goku2830 Feb 04, 2008

    The message says the usb device is unrecognizable but i have used it before. I'm completely lost

  • Steward Pit Feb 04, 2008

    Same Problem as above. Used to works fine, but stopped working properly few days ago. Windows says there's a problem with the USB device and that it's not recognized.

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2008

    my laptop does not recognize my camera.

  • Tiarider May 20, 2008

    My powershot A520 when connected to my Dell laptop message says the camera is not connected. I have uninstalled the software and reloaded the sotware. I have used this for years and it suddenly will not work. I have not made any changes on my laptop to cause such an error. I am not able to download any images from the camera now. HELP PLEASE



  • rockc Jun 05, 2008

    My Canon Powershot A75 has worked for years and now comes up with an error that says "USB device not recognized" and that my usb device has malfunctioned. I've tried downloading the driver again but still no luck and the same error message has came up on other people's computers when I pulled in my camera. I've tried a new cord and same error. I called Canon and they said it was a break or bend in the terminal that connects to my camera and failed to acknowledge that others ie people on this site are recently having this same issue.

  • MA52596 Jul 08, 2008

    COMPUTER DOESNT RCOGNIZE MY CAMERA

  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

    Same problem here, it happened once before, I did nothing and after a couple of months it just started working again, but that is really not practical. I really need a quick fix and there doesn't seem to be one!

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Go to Start/Run and type this is "%Plug.In,Play%.<file/upload.compare.Scanner%@And%@Camera%@Wizard>" A window should appear and say something like Downloading in process please don't turn off computer. After a few minutes or so, your camera should be able to be detected by your computer and you can start uploading pictures and videos. Hope this helped, if any questions, please E-mail me at kcufuoy@gmail.com

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I opened my X018 Camera package and there wasn't any software or instruction book included. Please help. drypete@aol.com


-Using the USB cable that came with the camera, connect the wider end of the cable to your computer and the smaller end to your camera, on the left side.
-Power on the camera. After a few seconds a new window will appear on the computer screen. The new window allows you to use the Scanner & Camera wizard to move your pictures to the computer. Select the wizard and follow it's steps to approve the new location for your pictures and then proceed.
If you don't have the USB cable, remove the memory card from the bottom of the camera and find the part of your computer labeled Media Cards. Insert your memory card into the slot labeled SD. After a few seconds a new window will appear on the computer screen. The new window allows you to use the Scanner & Camera wizard to move your pictures to the computer. Select the wizard and follow it's steps to approve the new location for your pictures and then proceed.

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I dont know how to transfer my pictures from my sp-600uz into my pc. could you help me please? thanks


Hello and welcome to FixYa

To upload your photos from your camera
Olympus SP600UZ Digital Camera to PC
1.First connect your digital camera to your computer.
You can do this in two different ways:

Use a USB cable:Most digital cameras come with a cable that connects the camera to a USB (Universal Serial Bus) port on your computer.
Through memory card:A memory card reader is a piece of hardware that plugs right into your computer. You remove the memory card from your camera and insert it into your memory card reader, similar to the way you might transfer a file between two computers using a floppy disk.
Now connect USB cabe or Memory card Reader to the port of the computer
2.Once you've connected your camera to your computer or inserted your memory card into your memory card reader, your computer will detect the connection and ask you what you want to do with your pictures. If you connected your camera with a USB cable, click Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard, and then click OK
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If you are using a memory card reader, click Copy pictures to a folder on my computer using Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard, and then click OK.
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3.When the Scanner and Camera Wizard appears, click Next.
4.All of the pictures on your camera (or in your camera's memory card) are now displayed on the Choose Pictures to Copy page. By default, Windows XP selects all of the pictures for downloading. If there are pictures you do not want to download, just clear the check box next to those pictures. At this stage, you can also rotate pictures that you took while holding your camera vertically. To rotate a picture, click it, and then click either the Rotate clockwise or Rotate counterclockwise button on the lower-left side of the page. When you have reviewed the pictures for downloading and rotated your vertical pictures, click Next.
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5.On the Picture Name and Destination page, type a name for the group of pictures. (This name, plus a number to differentiate each picture, will be applied to each of the pictures you download; for example, if you name the group "Vacation," the pictures will be named "Vacation001," "Vacation002," and so on.) Click Browse, and select a folder in which to save your pictures.
6.
If you want to erase the images from your camera's memory card to make space for new ones, select the Delete pictures from my device after copying them check box, and then click Next. The Scanner and Camera Wizard copies the pictures from your camera to the folder you specified and then removes the pictures from your camera's memory card.
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7.On the Other Options page, you can choose to publish your pictures to a Web site or order prints. If you have finished working with your pictures, click Nothing, and then click Next.
8.On the final page of the wizard, click Finish. Windows XP opens a Windows Explorer window showing the pictures you downloaded from your camera. Your camera's memory card is now clean and ready to store new pictures. If you connected your camera to your computer using a USB cable, disconnect your camera. If you used a memory card reader, return the memory card to the camera.
Your photos are now stored on your PC, ready for whatever you want to do with them, and your camera is ready to take more pictures.


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How do I download my pics from digital camera to computer


Hi wa143,

Copying pictures from your camera to your computer is very easy. Just follow the steps below so you can download them in no time.

1. Some digital cameras come with a software that helps you copy pictures from your camera to your computer. Install the software on your computer.

2. Connect the camera to your computer using the USB cable.

3. You can also use a memory card and memory card reader. All you have to do is to remove the memory card from your camera and insert it into the memory card reader.

4. Once you have connected the camera to your computer or your memory card card into the memory card reader, your computer will detect the connection and ask what you want to do with the pictures.
--> If you connected your camera with a USB cable, click Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard, and then click OK.
--> If you are using a memory card reader, click Copy pictures to a folder on my computer using Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard, and then click OK.

5. When the Scanner and Camera Wizard appears, click Next. Choose the folder where you want your pictures to be downloaded.

Hope it helps.

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I am trying to download pics from my Canon G11 to my computer and have it plugged in but don't know what to do next.


Hello and welcome to FixYa
To upload your photos from your
Canon PowerShot G11 Digital Camera to computer
1.First connect your digital camera to your computer.
You can do this in two different ways:

Use a USB cable:Most digital cameras come with a cable that connects the camera to a USB (Universal Serial Bus) port on your computer.
Through memory card:A memory card reader is a piece of hardware that plugs right into your computer. You remove the memory card from your camera and insert it into your memory card reader, similar to the way you might transfer a file between two computers using a floppy disk.
Now connect USB cabe or Memory card Reader to the port of the computer
2.Once you've connected your camera to your computer or inserted your memory card into your memory card reader, your computer will detect the connection and ask you what you want to do with your pictures. If you connected your camera with a USB cable, click Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard, and then click OK
If you are using a memory card reader, click Copy pictures to a folder on my computer using Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard, and then click OK.
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If you are using a memory card reader, click Copy pictures to a folder on my computer using Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard, and then click OK.
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3.When the Scanner and Camera Wizard appears, click Next.
4.All of the pictures on your camera (or in your camera's memory card) are now displayed on the Choose Pictures to Copy page. By default, Windows XP selects all of the pictures for downloading. If there are pictures you do not want to download, just clear the check box next to those pictures. At this stage, you can also rotate pictures that you took while holding your camera vertically. To rotate a picture, click it, and then click either the Rotate clockwise or Rotate counterclockwise button on the lower-left side of the page. When you have reviewed the pictures for downloading and rotated your vertical pictures, click Next.

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5.On the Picture Name and Destination page, type a name for the group of pictures. (This name, plus a number to differentiate each picture, will be applied to each of the pictures you download; for example, if you name the group "Vacation," the pictures will be named "Vacation001," "Vacation002," and so on.) Click Browse, and select a folder in which to save your pictures.
6.
If you want to erase the images from your camera's memory card to make space for new ones, select the Delete pictures from my device after copying them check box, and then click Next. The Scanner and Camera Wizard copies the pictures from your camera to the folder you specified and then removes the pictures from your camera's memory card.

angel_bird_7.gif

7.On the Other Options page, you can choose to publish your pictures to a Web site or order prints. If you have finished working with your pictures, click Nothing, and then click Next.
8.On the final page of the wizard, click Finish. Windows XP opens a Windows Explorer window showing the pictures you downloaded from your camera. Your camera's memory card is now clean and ready to store new pictures. If you connected your camera to your computer using a USB cable, disconnect your camera. If you used a memory card reader, return the memory card to the camera.
Your photos are now stored on your computer, ready for whatever you want to do with them, and your camera is ready to take more pictures.

I hope this will surely help you. Further assistance i am here to help
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First, check both ends of the USB cable to be sure that the ports and the plugs are properly seated so that the metal pins are able to transfer data. Restart Windows with the cables plugged in, and the camera should be recognized. You also MUST have the camera turned ON in order for the computer to read the fact that it is connected. If these suggestions fail, check your Microsoft Computer Management program to be sure that PlugnPlay devices are automatically recognized by your system.
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Hi there! When you are looking at the back of your camera, on the bottom right side of it there is a little flap that you can lift open to reveal the USB port. You will need the proper USB cord to connect your camera to the computer--it should have come with this cord. The camera must be powered ON when you connect it to the computer. Windows should then automatically give you a popup asking what you want to do. Choose the Open Folder option, as shown below.
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You will then see a window with all of your picture files. Copy them all by pressing Ctrl+A and then Ctrl+C. Then open the folder on your computer where you want to save them (such as My Pictures) and press Ctrl+V to paste them.

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