Question about Sanyo Xacti VPC-S60 Digital Camera
The title is self explanatory. Is there any way to recover ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: software for Xacti VPC CG9
I can help you find the free software for the Sanyo CG9, but Sanyo seems reluctant to allow people to download the commercialsoftware that is bundled with the camera when you buy it. I have readthat you can request a free CDROM from them with some kind of proof ofpurchase, but I don't see where one can make that request.
You can find the CG9 Support Website here, where there are links to the manuals, and to software with no licensing issues.
Youshould be able to access the photos and the videos on the camera fromyour computer without any commercial software. If you can be morespecific with what you are trying to do with the camera I can try tohelp.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
I always recommend having a version of your users manual on your computer, because it is so much easier to search through the manual quickly to find what you are looking for.
You can find a digital version of the users manual for the Sanyo CG9 here, and you will also find the free software for downloading videos to your computer and watching them there.
Once your videos are on your computer, you can burn a data disc without any commercial software. Some DIVX or XVID dvd players will play these data disks and you can watch your movies like that. An .MP4 data DVD will hold much more video than a standard DVD video disk because it squeezes it much tighter. You can play your .mp4 videos through a PS3 using a data dvd or a thumbdrive.
If you want to convert your mp4 videos to a standard dvd that will play in any dvd player, you will need commercial conversion software such as ULead MovieFactory or Nero Vision. MovieFactory was included with some sanyo camcorders, but if you have lost your disk, they do not allow you to download it from their website.
I hope that helps!
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
If you have problems with finding or installing drivers, don't use them, use a card reader instead.
But if you want the drivers and software, search on the Internet or go to the manufacturer's site and download what you need.
Use a card reader, and skip the use of software and drivers.
A card reader saves time and effort, especially if you have more than one kind of digital camera or device which uses a memory card.
\A card reader will show as a mass storage device. It will show up as another drive and can be accessed as a drive.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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