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Here's how I fixed the problem -- I threw out the camera I purchased from you. Complete loss. This is the same camera that, right out of the box, wasn't recognized by Windows Vista. I got it for my daughter for Christmas so she could take pictures and we could print them. Being that it's completely new, I figured I could request some help. Your response was 'we'd love to help, just pay us even more money to fix the problem that we created.' Nice.
No free support for something right out of the box? Merry !@#$$#% Christmas. Yet another scam.
Thanks for nothing. I'm assuming if I request my money back, I'll get an offer for an extended service contract that costs twice was the camera costs, or 10 percent off my next purchase to replace this brand new camera that doesn't work.
Hello, normally the best way would be to go to the manufacturer's website, which I did but they do not address drivers support for Vista OS, might want to do a search for the camera's drivers and chek to see if there are any compatible 3rd party drivers available, hope this little info helps.
You do not need 'Drivers' for a camera to be read in a Windows computer With the Camera plugged in to the computer you shouild see the Camera/Scanner Wizard asking what to do work from there. If you are still in difficult invest in a USB Card reader.
There should be no difference in the performance on the camera and the opperating system you use. My suggestion would be to go on to casio's website and see if there are any software/firmware upgrades available for the EX-S600. To avoid this problem in the future you may want to bypass casio's software and just use the camera as a removable drive. To do this you would connect the camera as you normally do, press the usb button, and then in windows go to 'computer', formerly 'my computer' in xp, and under 'devices with removable storage' the camera should come up. just click and drag the images/folders you want onto your computer to transfer the images.
You may have to format the cameras disk to work with windows vista. Try that by pluging in the camera and open my computer up look for the camera should be there in the window try to open the camera from that location first, If it opens up date drivers if not let me know whats happens when you plug it into your computer. Happy Holidays