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Transfering pictures to computer

Just got a new Polaroid i735 Digital Camera. I installed the disk that came with it. I made a few pictures and was trying to transfer them to the computer. I followed the instructions and it told me that new hardware was found and that a removable disk drive would be installed to my computer automatically. proceded conected the camera to USB and double click on my computer and found the removable disk drive it said to double click on that and then double click on DCIM double click any folder under DCIM. The only problem is that I have (4) removable disk F,G,H & I and when I tried to double click on one I did not see any DCIM all I got was insert disk. What did I do wrong and what do I need to do to correct it. I saw no directory folder that it said that I could drag my photos and put into a sub folder of my choice. I'm LOST!!! Help!!!!

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  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2008

    i installed the disk so it let me do the pictures to the computer but now i can't do it

  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2008

    I did not get a disk of installing so there for I can not even transfer my pictures.

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same problem was exist with my camera too
i find out the solution of this problem by istallation of the software ACDSee
Download ACDSee software ... then click on the FILE MENU
and Browse the Location of your Camera Drive
from the destination drive you can Copy pics...
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Fi you have three other devices connected as drives then you see them all or else everything went bad - bad disk!?
try unplugging you usb cable from the computer. check to see haw many drives are there now - you could even go sofar as to safe removal of all drives. then reboot computer. after finnished booting, replug in usb cable and power up camera. it should recognize it now.

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