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Do you have usb cords and usb connection on your camera? If so, you will want to download the latest drivers for camera onto your pc, then after driver file is downloaded, then double-click the file so it install on your pc. Then restart pc, then turn on camera, then finnaly connect the usb cord. Then install and run quicktime player so you can play the videos on your pc.
I would remove the memory card and use that to transfer the media to your pc.... I can't tell you why it is not showing up on any of the pc's. The only thing I can think of is possibly the usb cord is bad or that vivicam has special software you need to download. But you can definately get the media onto to your pc by bypassing the usb cord and remove the media from the card and place it in a folder on your pc .. hope this helps... good luck
All cameras do this. As soon as you plug in the cord, the display will turn black. It is completely normal. If the pictures aren't showing up on computer, make sure the latest drivers are downloaded for your camera. Also you can use, picture transfer or kodak easy share program to download. Another way is to go to 'my computer" than either f: or g: drive should have your camera on it. You can access pictures here and drag n drop into another file.
I don't use software or anything like that. Here is what I do: 1- Plug camera into USB cord (with it being plugged into your computer) 2- Turn on your camera, a blue screen will appear with options, select "PC" 3- Open your "My Computer" folder, you should now see a new drive, I have 2 hard drives so my camera is usually under "H://" 4- Select your picture(s) and drag and drop them into a folder or wherever it is you wish to store your pics. It will not remove them from your camera or memory card, it will simply copy them. 5- Power off your camera and remove the USB cord.
Simple as that! :) Again, that is just how I do it! I use Ulead PhotoImpact to edit my pics and such. Hope that helps!
1st u need to go to sony .com download the software for you model camera from ther driver download section ok once u do that use usb cord turn power on cam sony software open it will pop right in or go to my computer u will see sony cam icon clik in nit drag pics to desktop