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Device not ready

Error message when trying to retrieve pictures

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  • Angel Perez
    Angel Perez Apr 06, 2008

    I have the Largan Chameleon XP Digital Camera since long time ago.

    I lost the CD already downloaded the drivers from a suggeste page, now I'm getting the message "device not ready" I have Windows Vista. can you help? thanks.

  • trntrn Apr 13, 2008

    device not ready error whats with that I have the correct software

  • Anonymous May 14, 2008

    vista? Same here?

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I had downloaded the Incorrect Sofware the first time
I downloaded the right software this time and that message is not showing up any more

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