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Your computer must recognize your camera automatically,.
Go to control panel -- device manager and look if they are a device iht a yellow mark .
If have a yellow mark, select and rigt clik "uninstall"
Restart your PC
If don``t work
Try connect in another USB Port
Try connect in another computer
If don`t work, maybe the USB cable is failure
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Check the cable first. It's easy - put another one. If it works - change the cable.
If Not - check the PC input by connecting another similar camera. If it works with another camera, then Your IEEE camera port is broken and needs to be repaired.
And the order of connection must be:
1. Power off camera.
2. Put IEEE cable on it.
3. Plug another connector of cable on computer.
4. Power on the camera. DON´T TRY TO CONNECT A CAMERA IN A PLAY MODE, it probably can destroy Your camera IEEE port.
the camera might have a problem with the optical sensor. to make sure, you ned to take apart the camera and see if there are any loose cables or wires leading up to the optical sensor. if not, then you may need to invest in another camera.
Get a 4-pin Firewire cable. Plugs in just below power plug slot. What plug you need on the other end depends on your computer. You can get Firewires in 4 to 4 pin; 4 to 6 pin, and 4 pin to USB. My laptop is configured to take a 4 or 6 pin Firewire but my desktop only has USB. I transfered using 4 to 4 pin and it worked great. No drivers, no discs needed...at least with Vista. As soon as I plugged in the camera, I was asked to whether I wanted to transfer from biginning of tape or at currenty location. I chose from the beginning and the camera automatically rewound and strated to transfer to the PC. I don't know if it would work same way with 4-wire Firewire to USB but assume it would. Cables around $35 but I purchased at Circuit City for the going out of business discount. I also bought some SD cards so I can take snapshots and transfer them too for print.
First install the driver disk that came with your printer (you should be able to just put the disk in the cd/dvd drive and the program will start to install automatically. Make sure the printer cable is unplugged. Then just follow the prompts for the program. The program will tell you when to plug in the cable. If you are unsure of where to plug in the cable, lift the scanner bed (not the little door where you put the document to be scanned) which is located on the right side underneath the document plate. On the right side closest to you, you will see a connection point shaped like the small end of your usb cable that came with the printer. Plug it in then route the cable in the slot that runs front to back and out from under the scanner top. Plug the flat end into your computer and you should be good to go. I hope this answers your question...
you need a USB cable that usually comes with the camera, and once you plug it in, your computer should find the software to upload the pictures on to the harddrive. Similar to how you would use a firewire to transfer videos. You can buy a USB cable if it didn't come with your camera
There are lots of different USB cables, not a real standardized piece. Try the USB that came with the camera or buy one that has your model listed. I have many and they all are specific to their models, some charge but dont sync, while others sync but dont charge, and some just dont do anything.