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Downloading I don't understand how to download my pictures from my camera to my pc using 98 version.

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  • andrew miller
    andrew miller May 11, 2010

    using the 98 version of what? windows?



    and do you have the right USB cable?

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For Windows 98:

Firstly you need the software CDROM that was supplied with your camera.

Secondly, you need a lead that has a connector on one end that plugs into a socket on your camera and has a USB connector at the other.

If you do not have the software CDROM, go to the manufacturer's website, click support and find a download of the software for your particular camera. If it isn't available you have a problem!

Install the software, it includes a driver which your computer needs so it can recognise your camera. Run the software and follow the on screen instructions. At some point you will need to connect your camera to your computer. Do not connect your camera until your computer tells you to. Use one of the USB sockets. This is a small rectangular shape that will match your lead. If all goes to plan, your computer will display "found new hardware." Just follow the on screen directions. You may be asked to restart your computer at some point, this is normal.

Hope this helps......

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