Question about HP Photosmart M415 Digital Camera
If you have the USB cable that came with the camera, simply plug it in and your computer should detect the camera, open your photo printing wizard and download the pictures for you. Your camera doesn't come with a memory card, but you can buy one and use it, and they are very reliable and inexpesive (relatively), if your computer has an SC card reader. Your camera takes a very standard type card, called a secure digital, but identified in stores as: "SD," card or, "SD Memory Card." It will only read one that is up to 1Gb or less, so I would get a 1Gb card and maybe another for back up (extra pictures for instance while on vacation). You should be able to hold plenty of pictures on two 1Gb memory cards. If your computer doesn't have the SD card reader, you can buy an adaptor to allow you to plug it into your computer via USB port, or use the camera's USB cable to read it. If you need more specific instructions or run into another snag, please let us know. If you don't have it, your Owner's Manual is available from HP: CLICK HERE.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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