Windows 98 insufficient for downloading photos from digital camera
Please - Which programme would you suggest I download to enable me to see my pictures - Windows 2000 or possibly XP - would the Thinkpad have suifficient power to run either of these?
We use the laptop only for email and occasional www use.
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It depends where you are trying to download them from. From a browser, right click on the photo and click "Save image as" or something similar. Downloading from phones varies by system (iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows, etc). Most will plug into the computer via usb and be seen as flash drives. Then you just need to search them for a DCIM folder.
This is a common problem which is experienced by a lot of ACER computer users. My friend experienced the same too but I have fixed her computer. I made a guide for this kind of problem with a download link for the driver that you need to install enable for the camera to communicate with the computer.
The error doesn't mean that there is no camera in the computer but it's just not communicating with it. Here's the link to the guide on how to fix this problem.
First, Check the serial nos of lenovo 3000 y 500 then Operating System if its Vista , XP or Windows 7 . 32 or 64 bit..
The camera driver for this laptop is no longer in the support site. there are two left the Y 310 and y410
-Try to download and run Lenovo Easy Camera Driver and the software EasyCapture. -Rebooting the computer.-Set up the Easy Capture and test it.-You can download skype or yahoomessenger to test the program too. Thanks and God Bless..
You may download the Driver for the in-built Camera by clicking on the below link:
Windows Vista Home Premium:
Windows Vista Business:
Please restart the Computer after installing the Camera Driver.
It is required to restart the Computer for the settings to be enabled.
Hope this helps.
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1. Try the Updated Windows XP Professional SP2 (verison 5.1.2600) to the most latest and greatest update 2. Trt to check if the camera is working .. If not, 3. Download the integrated camera creative drive from dell .. website . here's the link
4. Install the above driver, restart your computer 5. After restart press Fn+Esc key .. to enable the camera. (You should see a small pic icon on the right side bottom of the screen) 6. The hardware wizard will detect a new USB Webcam
*Note: The above link also works for lenovo. Please rate me if you already have the result.. thanks..