Question about Vivitar ViviCam 5385 Digital Camera
What operating system are you using because any thing after and including Windows ME should not need the CD
Your computer should see it as a removable drive or disc you can find it in "my computer " it's drive number will depend on how many other drives you have fitted but will usually be drive E or F
when you find it RIGHT click on it and from the drop down menu select EXPLORE this should open the camera memory storage and show you what if anything is in there
Having found your camera and it's pictures again RIGHT click on the folder you want and on the drop down menu select COPY then open your MY PICTURES from the start up list when this opens Right click on the open page and on this drop down menu select PASTE and all things being equal your camera contents should end up in your My Pictures folder for you to manipulate as you wish
Posted on May 10, 2008
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