This didn't work for me, but, I looked on samsung website and found the answer! If you remove the card and look on the side of it, there is a small gray "lock", just move it to the other position and it works!!
Download drivers from the samsung website (http://www.samsungcamera.com/). The drivers for the 401 should work for the 4010. If your new computer is running Vista, they may not have a driver, in which case you will need to use a memory card and card reader to read the photos directly.
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You can try getting an SD card reader with a USB connection. The computer will treat this as another input. You should see a file folder with JPG files in it. This will be your pictures. Just do a "copy" to another file on your computer. Several companys make these card readers. 2 are Vargus and Lexar. I purchased one for my wife's camera the other day at Walmart. It was a "Targus High Speed SD/SDHC Card Reader/Writer". It was around $8.
Try opening the Kodak software first, then turn the camera on. I've found that you need the Kodak program to transfer the pictures from the camera. I personally do not like this, my old camera (also Kodak) would act like a plane old flash card/removeable device, this new one doesn't.
Anyhow, I find it super easy to just take the SD card out and pop it into the media slot in my printer. Then just open explorer and it's there just like any other hard drive or CD/DVD drive and transfer them to where ever you like.
If your printer or computer doesn't have a slot for SD cards you can get one that plugs into a USB port, pretty cheaply at any store that sells computer products.
You do not need cameras software to download pics from your camera, btw. Just plug in your camera to USB port and it shows as an external DRIVE or USB STORAGE device in your MYCOMPUTER folder. Just click on its drive letter and you are looking at your cameras memory.
Click on the folder called DCIM and then subfolder(s) named depending on camera model. For Panasonic it is 100_PANA for example. Click on this and here is your pics. View, Drag and Drop, Delete, etc any pic just as if it was already on your computer.
To down load all pics, Drag and Drop (or cut and paste)the whole pic folder (100_PANA for example) to a location on your computer, as \Documents\Pictures. To delete all pics on camera, right click on pics folder and delete 100_PANA folder. or folder where your pics show up on your camera.
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..
could not find software to use to download picture from my wolverine digicam 4 pixel camera. However i finally found pc mode listed in the camera settings and decided why not try again, Thats when it happened. My windows xp scanners picked up the hardware and downloaded all my pics and they were clear as a bell