Question about Vivitar ViviCam 5386 Digital Camera
It sound like the USB jack has a broken connection inside your camera. You should be able to purchase a Card Reader and then just remove your memory chip from the camera and use the Card Reader to transfer your pictures to the computer. I doubt that you will find any one willing to take the camera apart and repair the jack. I have seen this happen with my Creative Labs MP3 Player. That was much more simpler to take apart than a camera. If you decide to go into your camera, you will need at least a double ought (0-0) or maybe a triple ought (0-0-0) phillilps screwdriver. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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