The Software Cd-Rom for the Samsung Digital Camera D60 indicates that it is for Windows 98 /98SE /2000 / ME / XP; however, I have Windows Vista Home Premium installed on my computer. Will the Software work with this version of Windows. When install software, computer does not register or recognize the new camera.
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Kyocera does not list the S3X, but the driver software listed for the S3R will probably work for you. NOTE: according to the site, the driver is only needed for Windows 98 and 98SE. Windows 2000, Me, and XP are plug and play (no software needed). Vista and Windows 7 may or may not be supported. You can download the driver here:
camera should work with the computer without any extra programs aslong as you have windows 2000, xp or vista.
it should show up in my computer as a removeable storage device and disappear if unplugged and reappear when replugged, pictures should be in side that folder.
My Canon PIXMA MP500, purchased in mid-2006, came with the (then) ScanSoft OmniPage SE2 software on a CD. The PC had WinXP Installed. I had no use for the ScanSoft it so I made no effort to install it. Fast Forward: Two PC crashes later, July 2009. Using Win Vista Home Premium LOST, important WinWord document file, only a hard copy available. I tried to recover, scanning the "Xerox" copy. The SE Version of OmniPage was very complicated but I succeeded in producing a replacement *.doc file.
It appears that newer editions of WinVista contain the right printer drivers for this Canon Model.
There is no need to install the supplied samsung digimax cd driver for vista as the supplied cd is for 2000 and XP.
Windows Vista will automatically recognize your Samsung Digimax and has a generic driver which will deal quite adequately with all the requirements.
Just plug in your camera to the usb port of your pc. Switch on your camera and hey presto - you're good to go.
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If the removable disk does not appear when you open "My Computer" in Windows, it is possible that the USB drivers are not installed correctly.
Update to the latest version of FinePix Viewer (including the USB drivers). To update FinePix Viewer, you must have the software from the CD-ROM bundled with the product (Utilities for FinePix) already installed.
As an alternative method to updating the software, you can also reinstall the USB drivers. The USB drivers can be reinstalled by installing the software from the CD-ROM again.
If the removable disk is still not displayed after the above measures have been taken, check the following:
Windows system checks
1. You should be using Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
2. The Windows XP USB drivers are supported as standard system drivers but are only compatible with Software for FinePix versions 2.0 or later. If you are using an earlier version of the CD-ROM, an update to FinePix Viewer is required.
3. The software cannot be installed properly from "Scanners and Cameras" in the Control Panel.
Digital camera checks
1. Check that the digital camera can play back images on its LCD monitor.
2. On digital cameras with the PC Camera function, select "DSC" as the USB setting. (Refer to the Owner's Manual for your camera for information on specifying the camera settings.)