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I know the camera is a fairly old model by now, but until recently it was still working fine with my Macbook Pro, even working with Photos since it replaced iPhoto.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi im josh in cebu phils. if that happened that the usb port don't detect your usb drive then there maybe some problem in your pc. friend all you have to do is check first the usb connections of your pc.you can browse the my computer device manager then click the usb icons and see if marked + or 2nd you reboot your pc then go to bios setup utility then go to peripherals then check wether it is enable.if disable usb on board you enable it. and don't forget to save the changes you made before you exit. then reboot your pc. then problem will be solved. good luck please vote me so that i will know if i helped you.thnks
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Did you set the IP address manually on the other computer? Is your router set to act as DHCP server and assign IP addresses automatically? If everything is set to DHCP then check the router and make sure it is transmitting on channle 10. Most providers set the cahnnel to 6 which has issues with HP laptops on occassion and maybe effecting you as well.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
Hello. You need to probably reinstall the drivers. but first you have to remove the drivers that are all ready installed. first unplug your usb cord. then to remove the drivers allready installed,, on your computer, press start, then when the box open's up, then right click on computer. another box will open up. then left click at the bottom of that box on properties. another box will open up, then click on device manager. after you click on device manager another box will open up with all your devices. look for the previous camera you had installed. it might be under imaging devices. once you locate that, then right click on it. then choose uninstall. Make sure you have your new software loaded in your cd/dvd rom drive. after it is done uninstalling, just restart your computer. at the bottom right of your screen, it should say, found new device, it will ask you from where do you want to load the new drivers for it. click on the drive that contains the software. it then will load your new drivers up. It then should communicate with your camera. Hope this helps. Ron
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Try a dig. USB plug,
Try a dif. cable.
Try with a cardreader.
If your cable is faulty it is covered under the same 1 year warranty as the cam.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Simple fix...use a separate card reader to download to a folder you create on your desktop. Once there, you can move them to iphoto.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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