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There is no need to install the supplied samsung digimax cd driver for vista as the supplied cd is for 2000 and XP.
Windows Vista will automatically recognize your Samsung Digimax and has a generic driver which will deal quite adequately with all the requirements.
Just plug in your camera to the usb port of your pc. Switch on your camera and hey presto - you're good to go.
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If it isn't too far out of your means, I don't use the software for my camera. I use a card reader. You can find a card reader for about $10 - $15 in most stores that will read 7 or more types of cards. I use my own photo software. Only accessed the disk for the pdf manual. My laptop has a built in card reader. You may be able to find a solution by letting your computer search for a driver on Microsofts site. Mine was automatically recognized on win xp. Hope this helps.
mj wegrzyn; have you checked the FAQ at the Samsung website for an updated driver or flash upgrade for your camera. It's always a good idea to check the manufacturers site for any upgrades. If they haven't posted any, try re-installing your driver on your PC again and then plugging in your camera. Hope this helps.
I've got the same problem, didnt notice it working on XP though, i'm on vista and became really dissapointed when i discovered the lack of audio on the videos... think im about to throw this camera out the window.