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Cannot put pics onto pc

I can use the webcam to take pics but when I take them normally, there are none to upload. I am not sure if I am taking them or not. The picture count goes down, but nothing is there when I try to view thwm. I did not get an instruction manual, so I am not sure if I need to set the mode or do something else...;please help!
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  • Trdr66 May 25, 2008

    Took 58 photos but when I downloaded the CD and then tried to download the photis ,it says that photos in the camera ''ZERO'' ?

    I don't know what to do.

  • Anonymous May 26, 2008

    can use the webcam to take pics but when I take them normally, there are none to upload. I am not sure if I am taking them or not. The picture count goes down, but nothing is there when I try to view thwm. I did not get an instruction manual, so I am not sure if I need to set the mode or do something else...;please help!

  • peterpank198 May 26, 2008

    can use the webcam to take pics but when I take them normally, there are none to upload. I am not sure if I am taking them or not. The picture count goes down, but nothing is there when I try to view thwm. I did not get an instruction manual, so I am not sure if I need to set the mode or do something else...;please help!

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I installed the driver for the micropix and a folder appeared on my desktop called MyDSC2.In it was two shortcuts,one called MyDSC2 which opens a display showing the pics on the camera when you click on the red camera button at the bottom of the display.

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