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Install the software on your computer. Put a battery in the camera. Push and hold the button to turn it on (display shows 00) Take some pictures - the camera makes a tiny beep, the led on the front flashes, and the count goes up by one. Push and hold delete to remove the last picture (count goes down) hold longer to delete them all (goes to 00). When you've collected some pictures, rush to your computer to download them with the USB cable before the battery runs out; when that happens the pictures are all gone (there's no flash memory in this). Holds about 40 pictures depending on the amount of detail in them.
AAA battery runs the camera which can be replace by opening the camera by pressing small button available besides the camera handling chord. Press it with a sharp object like tooth pick and gently open the camera by sliding your nail inside
How old is it? The average life span for a low-end ($100. to $200. usd) camera is about 1500 to 3000. photos. That camera averages $19 to $30. usd. You would be lucky to get 1500. pictures out of it.
You can delete the pictures from the camera by clicking the Delete button in the Pix Micro Downloader after you have transferred them to your computer. Or you can press the delete button on the camera and hold it for 5 seconds or just remove the battery.
That will happen. If you open the camera from My Computer, or Computer in Windows Vista, it completely empties the memory. You need to use the Pix Micro Downloader to transfer the pictures from the camera to the computer. There should be a shortcut on your desktop for the Downloader. If there isn't you can go to the following address to get the installer package for it.
Try pressing and holding the trash can button on the back of the camera. Also you can download the pictures to your computer with the downloader program and then press the delete button in the downloader.
The type or memory in the camera requires a charge in order to store data. So if you have any pictures on the camera it will constantly be pulling a charge from the battery until the battery is completely drained. If you have this problem even with a brand new battery it's possible that the memory may be corrupt and needs to be cleared. To do this just remove the battery and press both buttons several times each to make sure that the camera is completely discharged, replace the battery with a brand new battery and try again. If that fails I'd get in touch with customer service for a replacement.
It should turn off after 60 seconds of inactivity however the type or memory in the camera is called volatile memory and it requires a charge to store data. So even if the display is blank if you have pictures on the camera it will be pulling a charge from the battery. The best thing to do would be to download the pictures from the camera as soon as you can so that the pictures stored in the memory aren't pulling a charge from the battery.