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PROBLEM UPLOADING PICTURES TO WINDOWS XP COMPUTER

I HAVE A I733 DIGITAL CAMERA.

EVERY TIME I PUT THE USB INTO THE COMPUTER MY COMPUTER SEACHES FOR THE HARDWARE AND CAN NOT FIND OUT. MY COMPUTER SAYS IT DOESNT HAVE THE SOFTWARE.

WHAT CAN I DO?

same problem i have xp pro 2000

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  • dlove456 Nov 11, 2008

    i have the right usb cord for the camera [i532] nd i cant seem to upload the pictures..

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Install your software cd into your computer. or download software for your digicam in this site http://www.polaroid.com/service/software/index.html

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If not working use the manual select, driver cd, brose while find someting similar name with your camera.inf on the disk and use this file when windows ask about the driver file.

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