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Oregon scientific jumbo display 3.0 camera pv100b battery only lasts for 3 minutes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 05, 2008
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
I've had a similar problem with another model, an Oregon Scientific Model IWA-80055 Wireless Thermo Clock, in which when I replaced the batteries in the remote sensor, the clock would not read the temperature from the remote sensor.
I found it fairly consistent to solve this by taking a battery out of place in the clock and putting it back in. Unfortunately this also messed up the clock's time and date. This is also in the instructions catalogue for the device, check and see if yours gives a similar solution.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
The oregon companies SUPPORT page
or here http://www2.oregonscientific.com/shop/product.asp?cid=21&scid=80&pid=648#
download the file from that link
it should have the drivers for it OR
It is not nescessary to have the software either
ou can use the Camera without the installing the software supplied on the software installation disc.
The simplest way to transfer the photos from the Camera to the Computer is to connect it to the USB port of a Computer then follow the following steps:
1. For Windows Computer:
(a) as soon as the Camera is connected the computer recognizes it as a removable drive.
(b) open the windows exlorer by pressing the "Windows + E" key together.
(c) locate the removable drive in the windows explorer that represents the connected camera.
(d) double click the drive to navigate through the files and folders, then double click on the DCIM folder to view all the images.or navigate through other available folders to check if the images are stored in them too.
(e) select all the desired images then copy them by pressing "CTRL+C" then paste them on the hard drive of the Computer by pressing "CTRL+V".
2. For Mac"
(a) as soon as the Camera is connected the computer recognizes it as a "NO NAME" folder and display it on the Desktop.
(b) double click the "NO Name" folder to navigate through the files and folders, then double click on the DCIM folder to view all the images. or navigate through other available folders to check if the images are stored in them too.
(c) select all the desired images then copy them then paste them on the hard drive of the Computer by using the copy and paste operation.
Furthermore, you may use Windows Fax Viewer, Windows Photo Gallery or Windows Movie Maker to view and edit images in Windows and iPhoto in Mac.
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Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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