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You need to connect the camera with a USB cable to the computer. Only then the USB connection screen appears on the camera's monitor. There you select computer and press the set button. The screen to select the connection mode appears Select "Card Reader" and press the select button. Now the camera is connected in the card reader mode. If the windows automatic playback screen appears on the computer monitor, close it. Double click on the desktop [Mediaimpression 2] icon to launch Mediaimpression 2. The Mediaimpression 2 home page appears Click the right top icon [Import] Then the files in the camera appear on the screen. From there you can chose the files you want to safe on your computer. You can chose or make folders where you want the files on your computer.
You can read this in the manual click the link http://www.central-manuals.com/instructions_manual_user_guide_camera/sanyo.php
Hit the reset button on the back, lower right. If you can get the "settings" icon open and hit "calibrate" that will fix it too. I would still calibrate the screen after you hit the reset button to help prevent this from happening again.
The best solution would be to restart your system, restarting your system fixes any minor issues stopping your computer to perform the desired task. If restarting doesn't work for any reason, I suggest you to scan your system using antivirus. If there is no malfunction then I suggest you to reinstall the hardware drivers for your camera.
Arcsoft MediaImpression 2
Windows XP SP2, Vista, Windows 7:
Pentium IV 1.6 GHz or equivalent AMD Athlon 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended) 300 MB available hard disk space NVIDIA MX440 or ATI 9200 or higher 1024 x 768 pixels, 16-bit color monitor or higher Microsoft Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or higher Apple QuickTime® 7.0 or higher recommended Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 or higher
Macintosh OS 10.3.9, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6:
PowerPC G4 800 MHz processor or equivalent (Power PC G5 or Intel Core Duo processor recommended) 768 MB or higher recommended 300 MB available hard disk space (1 GB recommended) 1024 x 768 pixels or higher recommended Apple QuickTime® 7.0 or higher recommended
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Open ArcSoft MediaImpression (if not installed, you may install it from the CD that came with your player or download it from ArcSoft's website; the basic version is free), click "Add Media," and then "Open." Click "Convert." When the conversion process is completed, the video is automatically uploaded to your player. More details can be found in the owner's manual.
Software and other useful downloads can be found here. Insignia recommends ArcSoft MediaImpression for video conversion. A free version can be downloaded from ArcSoft's website. More details can be found in the owner's manual at the link above.