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Camera won't communicate with windows XP

Hi, when I connect up the camera to the PC via the USB cable, having installed photoloader 3 onto the PC from the casio disk, I just get a window saying 'autoplay' and 'casio 100' - a searchlight goes back & forth and it finds a 'removeable disk J' - but can't read the photos or upload them onto the PC.

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  • jopling Feb 01, 2008

    Hi, thanks for the response. I originally tried without installing the supplied software and got the same problem. Any other ideas much appreciated. thanks

  • pink23me Jul 06, 2008

    I have a casio exilim EX S770 and a new macbook OS X 10.5.3 and when I connect it via usb, I get the waiting spinning color wheel. But nothing ever happens. It just keeps spinning, for hours! any suggestions?

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Remove any supplied software and let Windows do the work.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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    john ash Feb 01, 2008

    This then suggests there is a memory card problem.
    Do you have means to look at the card via another route?
    Card Reader.
    Friends Card reader
    Photostore.

    Or try another card in the Camera/Cable PC set up.
    Some how you are going to have to prove which is playing dunb.

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