HI I INSTALL THE GIGICAM DRIVERS BUT MY 26379 WONT
MY CAMERA WONT SHOW UP ON MY WINDOWS XP PRO MY COMPUTER FOLDER --WHAT CAN THIS PROBLEM BE--BUT THE DUAL 1300 SHOWS UP IN MY ROXIO CAPTURE PROGRAM ---BUT IT WILL NOT UPLOAD THE PHOTOS I HAVE ON THERE --IT WILL SAY THE CAMERA HAS NO PHOTOS ON IT--BUT INDEED I HAVE 8 PICTURES ON IT
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Re: HI I INSTALL THE GIGICAM DRIVERS BUT MY 26379 WONT
Try another USB port, on the back of the computer. My fromt ones are low power and dont work on half of my devices! Also, reboot the PC when the camera is plugged in, maybe itll pick it up. The camera may be drive mode and not picture mode. I have seen some strange things on 3rd party cameras. My Sony DSC-30 puts all videos in a folder that Picasa never sees, or deletes. I found a 2 year old video in there when I was looking around on the memory stick.
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Hi Brian, Try this, it may work.It will tell you whether or not it is the Camera or the Software. Your camera, as far as the computer itself and Windows XP is concerned is a 'DRIVE'. Try the following steps: 0 Go to the desktop of the computer and in a blank spot right click the mouse and using the menu CREATE A NEW FOLDER ON THE DESKTOP. LABEL IT "EMERSON PHOTO TEST" 1 Unplug the camera from the computer 2 Un-install the software. 3 If there are no pictures in the camera. Shoot some. 4 Turn the camera OFF. 5 While the camera is OFF, connect the it to the computer using it's cable. 6 Turn the camera ON (you should hear two musical notes telling you that it is connected. 7 Set the camera to the view mode as though your were looking at pictures on the screen on the camera back 8 There should appear a box on the screen. The first item in the box should be highlighted. It will say "Copy pictures to a folder on my computer using Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard"Click on that. 9 Follow each step of the wizard and deposit all of the pictures into the folder " Emerson Photo Test" Don't Erase the photos from the camera if it asks you. 10 Shut off the camera and disconnect it 11 Open up the folder on the desktop. At the top of the folder on the right select files view to Thumbnails. If your cable and camera are OK, the photos will be there. 12 To Test PhotoImpressions5, to see if it will view the photos without crashing your computer. Reinstall it and open the folder on the desktop. One additional thing. If your Windows XP is not fully up to date, you should download The Service Packs and install them until you get to Service Pack 3. To check which service pack you have now, if any, go to My Computer" and view "System Information" it will tell you which Service Pack you have. I hope this helps, Best Regards, Mark
Unfortunately, Logitech has chosen not to support this camera under Windows Vista or Windows 7. Thus there are no current drivers for Win7. There is a way to install your camera if you have Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate: install the XP mode (a virtual computer). Install the camera to the virtual computer. You may need to save the files to an external media to share them between the two "machines".
Don't use the Vivitar software drivers, you shouldn't need them. With the computer on, Plug the USB cord into both the camera and the computer. THEN turn on the camera. It should go into file share mode. Then sit and wait and do nothing with either device. In as little as a few seconds, or as much as 2-5 minutes, you should get a box pop up on your computer giving you some options. Choose to "Open Folder to View Files" This should open up a regular old windows folder, which will probably have a folder or two inside it. Look in the folders, and in one of them, you should find your pictures. You can highlight, cut and paste them onto your desktop. Or copy and paste if you want to leave them on the camera memory card too. Good luck!
If you are running Windows XP or Vista in computer, hook USB cable between camera and computer, power up camera, Windows will recognize it and install required drivers automatically, click My Computer, Removable Disk, click folder and copy picture files and paste in some where in computer.
I don't know why this wouldn't work on Vista HP, but this excerpt from the manual suggests that your XP SP1 Pro would not work without the SP2 rollup:
"Please perform the following upgrades before connecting the camera to a computer. -Upgrade Windows XP to SP2. Install Windows XP SP2. -Install Windows Messenger 5.0 or later version. Download Windows Messenger 5.0 or later version, and install it. -If using MSN Messenger, please install MSN Messenger 7.0 or later version."
Perhaps if you are following the steps exactly in the manual and it still does not work, upgrading Messenger will magically help.
If you have windows ME/2000/XP/VISTA, drivers are not needed as windows will auto-detect the device. When you plug it in to the usb on the pc, windows will say "found new device", and then install the appropriate drivers.. From, go into My Computer, there should be a new drive there (could be called DMC, panasonic, digital camera, or just a driver letter like L:\), double click on that folder, then in the DCIM folder should be your pictures.. If you have windows 98/98SE, you can download the driver from HERE