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Unable to unload pictures from camera to computer

I am connecting my camera to the desktop and the program does not open up and I am unable to unload my pictures

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  • Trevor Hands Apr 06, 2008

    Hello, I have a friend I was trying to help with the same problem.  She is running Windows XP and trying to load her pictures to her computer.  




    With the DSC-S650, she was having problems, so I intially had her uninstall the drivers, disconnect the camera from the computer and re-install the drivers, which she did.  


    The program acts like it is loading her pictures and about halfway through it gives an error message saying that it cannot load from or find the source material...something like that.  Aside from taking the memory stick and downloading them on my computer or taking it to the store, anybody have any guesses on how to get the images off the camera and on to the computer?  

  • Palmbeach
    Palmbeach May 11, 2010

    Have you installed the drivers for the camera on your desktop computer?

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You have to convert it to vga before you upload it on your pc

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First Question:
Do you have the CD that came with the camera

Second Question:
What operating system are you running.
and
Make and Model of Computer

Please answer these questions for me and we can go from there.

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