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With all digital cameras the maker delivers a CD (DVD) with software to install on your computer. This makes it possible to put the pictures from the camera on any computer. On the disk(s) are drivers for all operating systems that need them. (Windows 7 and up do have all drivers for hardware that is certified by Microsoft) And there are programs to download the pictures from the camera to the PC. Sometimes the manufactures also delivers software to organise the pictures in folders and software to view or even enhance the pictures you shot.
When you lost the disk, most of the time you can get the software on the website for your brand. Sometimes you even get newer, updated software and new drivers if needed.
If you can't get software form your brand, you always can install other generic software like Ulead, Pixir, BeFunkey, Gimp, Photoshop express. Or if that is not possible you could install an external memory card reader and download the pictures via de memory card reader.
Go to Kodak.com and download the latest Easyshare software and install it on your computer. After, that, install drivers for the camera, and you should be able to share the pictures between the camera and computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program, such as Picasa ( http://picasa.google.com ).
hi, if your using your camera with a memory card then all you need to do is take the memory card out and plug it into your card reader and then you will be able to access them via your computer it will be listed under my computer.
The software that comes with the camera is basically an photo edit software witch you dont really need so try doing it the memory card way or plug your camera into your computer and then wait a minute or two your computer will then pick the camera up as an extra drive and allow you to see the pictures, all you need to do then is copy them into your pictures file by dragging and dropping them into your picture file.
Have the camera file and picture file side by side then just drag and drop all the pictures you want to put on your pc then you can delete all the ones on your camera to free up the memory to take more pictures.
You dont actually need the software but if you do want the image edit software then goto the google homepage and type in software for sanyo camera
this will then load up load of sites that will let you download the software for free.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok.
Try plugging the camera into your usb port of the computer and then open up "My Computer" and you should see the camera listed in there and you can just double click on it and view the pictures and save where you want.
Depending on the version of software you have the drivers may not have loaded correctly. Try using a USB port on the back of your computer and see if it loads the drivers then. If not you may need to reinstall the software and the downloader. You may need to uninstall the DB CIF Cam depending on the version of software you have. The reason for this is if the camera was connected to the computer before the software was installed then Windows loads the most generic drivers it can find for the camera. From then on if the camera is connected to the computer Windows continues to load those drivers and not the correct drivers. Simply connecting to a different port can correct this or reinstalling all of the software can correct this.
- install the software - restart computer - connect camera to PC, but make sure camera is turned off - after connecting the camera, and the computer is ready, turn on the camera - select Computer on camera LCD - go to My Computer - click on Removable disk - click on DCIM - click on 100SSCAM - select all the images and copy them - select a folder where the images will be saved - paste the images