Where can I get a cable todownload the pics from my Philips mini
Where can I get a cable for my Philips mini digital camera to download the pics from it? and also, where can I download the manual, and the disk for it, and free, I do not want that driver detective included, thanks
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Re: Where can I get a cable todownload the pics from my...
About any place that sells cameras will have either a direct cable for your camera or an adaptor kit + cable to give you access.
Once you have it connected, your computer will probably have a basic driver that will install automatically and you can access the memory of your camera as you would any disk drive.
On your manual; go to the Philips website and look for service or support to download a copy.
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You could either remove the memory card (xD card) from the camera (the side panel on the side edge of the camera closest to the lens, just under the hand strap), and plug the card directly into a card reader capable of reading xD cards.
Alternativley you could plug the mini USB cable into the camera and then into your USB port on your PC, this will then allow you to view the pictures stored on the camera.
Hello -- I will need more info on your camera type & model to help fix any specific problem.
BUT -- the digital camera should have come with a mini USB cable to connect to your PC.
If it's a Mac/Apple then it will activate the iPhoto application automatically to download your pics.
If a Windows programme then you will need to open the application first and that will find the camera. (make sure it's switched on - of course).
If it can't find the camera then you may have to add a driver in the 'add hardware' preferences.
The Camera should also have come with an Install disk that would have the driver.
That's all I can explain without knowing the Model number etc - Hope that helps -- Ray
use a usb/mini usb adapter cable...one comes with new Moultrie i-40/i-60 cams, or get one for Blacberry or Sony cellphones...same fit...older d-40 cams use different size.Plug cable between pc and cam;go to"My Computer"...should show a HDD identified as Moultrie. Doulbe click...enjoy pics; no software needed.
You don't need camera's software to download pics. Just plug it into your PC and it will recognize it and pop up a windows base window ask you what you want to do with camera pics.
If it doesn't, goto MyComputer on your desktop and click on this. Your camera will be showing up here, along with your other computer hardware drive/devices, with a drive letter assigned to your cameras memory(flashdrive) and named USB Drive or Storage or Camera.
Click on this to find a folder named DCIM, Digital Computer IMages. Click on this and find another folder named 100_PANA or similar. Click on this and these are you pics. Drag and Drop or Copy and Paste individual pics, or whole PANA folder to where ever you want them on your computer.
A better long term solution to your problem for this and every other future camera you may buy is to buy a mini cardreader that is not much bigger than a USB Thumbdrive and costs about $15. I suggest SanDisk's MobileMate SD+, available at RadioShack, Staples, or most anywhere Mem cards are sold.
Advantages: No bulky and unique USB cable to lug around. Doesn't use cameras battery power while viewing/downloading pics cause it is USB port powered. And it is small enough to fit in most camera cases along with the camera..