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Downloading pictures When I purchased this camera I connected to the PC and it installed immediately. Never any problems until my hard drive had to be replaced and I am unable to install again. I did not get a CD for installation and can not find a solution.

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There is a guy in South Carolina that I think may have your CD. I think his email is gerald.ray@aa-ark.com

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Your hard drive does not have enough space to Install you software: here if you want a install it:  Go to google.com that write your camera information. THan ask for the software, after that you can download it. Hope this helped you.

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A window should open I don't know if you are a PC or Mac but with the camera software installed a window will open might take a few seconds follow the onscreen directions. Make sure when you have finished the down load that you press the same button to shut off the connection between camera and computer or you will corrupt the memory card and or the files. Once the camera has been disconnected from the computer format the memory card in the camera not the computer

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There must be some type of program incompatibility, I feel your frustrations. Generally these programs load in about five minutes tops unless you are using a PC that's more then five years old or working with Windows 95. If you are working with a PC and Windows XP or newer then there should be no problem unless you have run out of available Hard Drive memory or the ram is full which I doubt. Do you have pictures on a memory card in the camera? If so and you are working with XP turn off the camera off, plug the USB cable into the PC and then the camera make sure no other program is working and turn on the camera make sure you have sufficient power in the camera. A little banner may appear saying found new device and then load the picture files as a folder to the desk top or may need to look into systems to find the folder it should show as an external device or hard drive. in that folder is your pictures. Make a folder in your "My Documents" and then you can copy past the pictures files into the new folder. Once on the computer Hard Drive do a safely disconnect device and remove the USB cable from the computer and camera then format the camera Memory Card. The pictures in the new file you created on the computer can be opened in a program called "Paint". That'll get you going until you either get the camera programing installed or purchase a real Image program like Adoby PhotoShop Elements or larger but Elements is great for a beginner heck I still use it when I want frames and stuff.
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Not understanding the question "unloading the pictures from the camera to the camera"?
Are you meaning downloading pictures from the camera to the computer?
If so the best and least complicated way is through an optional inexpensive card reader which plugs into a USB port on the computer. Until you purchase this optional device this is the "flow" to use.
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