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A program called Pandora Recovery has been a life saver when a memory chip contain photos became unreadable. The free trial version was able to discover the files and allowed me to download them where I renamed them.
I hope you received some help already by this time. However, just for other readers shake, your issues has to do with your camera's settings. There are two things that initially determine the quality of pictures and these are:
1. Exposure and
I believe your pictures are dark because settings on your camera feature a combination of fast shutter-speed with a lower value of aperture. Try adjusting those or shoot with a pre-programmed mode under different lighting conditions.
DPI (dots-per-inch) is an irrelevant setting as far as the camera is concerned. The camera puts in a default value only because the image file has a field for it, and there is no way of changing this default value on the camera.
DPI is used by printers when printing a photograph. You can set it indirectly when you specify the print size. Some printing programs will let you set it directly, and then that will control the size of the print.
There might be a problem with the communication between the camera and your computer`s usb port.
Check if the camera connects to a friend`s PC. If it does, you need to take the camera in for service.
9 times out of 10 I have found a shorted fuse on the main baord to the usb port. This should be a inexpensive repair, unless you need to replace the main baord. In which case first determine the value of the old camera versus a new model.
Hi sandysms, go to start ->settings -> controlpanel -> system -> hardware -> devicemanager . see if there is yellow
Exclamation marked the device . click on that click uninstall. then click scanfor hardware changes. your camera wil be automatically Detected by windows. and make sure driver installed properly you can download driver from www.http://drivertube.net/?p=5. and check for ur computer USB2 support.
Auto Picture-selects on of the picture mode such as landscape(mountain), macro(flower), sport/action(running man) mode, etc.
P-sets shutter and aperture. You set everything else.
happy face- sets shutter, aperture and everything else.