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This happened because you are not a camera repair technician. You took a complicated piece of electronic equipment apart without any knowledge of what you were doing. I'm glad that at least, your pics turn out.
you can download the pictures in a very easy way by using a card reader. buy one and take the memory card out of the camera and put it inside the reader.
it has a USB connection and does not need a driver.
One way is to plug it in to a pc or laptop without the memory card the save the pictures on the pc. After put the memory card in the camera and move the pictures in the camera again so it goes in the memory card. All pictures you take with the memory card automatically go in the memory card.
Yes you can use DCS-S700 sony cybershot as a webcam but you must first have the TV tuner card that accepts AV input from an RCA cable (red, yellow and white wire) which is free when you buy the camera (included in the BOX). Sets your TV tuning software (I've used "honestech" software) to receive Composite Input. After setting, close the TV tuning software. Then sets your messenger or any net conferencing software to accept the TV tuner card as your webcam.Yurika!!! It works for me and the videos are very clear. Except only that the focus box of the camera don't disappear. Even I've used it to document my birthday party from morning to afternoon recording the video directly to my computer without any problem.