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DSC-S650 i am not able to copy photos from camera to computer, even if there is connection between the two through USB. my operating system is windows XP. it is not showing any new software detected or any new icon.

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  • glenatkin09 Mar 07, 2008

    I am unable to copy my picture or videos from the cam to my comp, which was not the case earlier. After I insert the cable to the cam and comp (USB), it opens up, but when I want to open the folder that contains the data, there is an error message...






    "Access to the resource 'H:\DCIM\'has been disallowed".



    I reinstalled the CD software and also tried using the other USB ports, but the same problem persist. This is my challange, I cannot figure it out. Need Help,please.

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You may have a bad cable or bad connection between the camera and the PC. How do you know "there is a connection" if it's not doing anything? Try another USB port, too.
Have you had this problem from day one? Did you install the software from the disc that came with the camera? You may want to reload it and make sure you have the camera's selector in the correct position for downloading. My wife has a similar Cyber-Shot and I believe that is required.

If those fail to resolve your problem, try using a (memory) card "dock" and bypass using the camera. Surely you or someone you know will have one for you to test this out to see that the card can communicate properly with the PC. As a pro, I never download images off my card using my Nikon.

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