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The Wolverine Data Pass-200 portable scanner uses a micro-sd or sdhc memory card to store scans. After you scan something, you can remove the memory card and plug it into a memory card reader connected to your computer and view/download the scans.
Alternately, you can connect the Pass-200 scanner to your computer via a USB cable and access the scans like you would with a digital camera. Look for a new removable storage drive to appear on your computer once you connect the Pass-200. On the new drive, look for a DCIM folder and 100DEDIA folder for the scans.
As far as I can determine, the Pass-200 does not conform to any scanner interface or API standards such as Scanner Access Now Easy (SANE),TWAIN, Windows Image Acquisition (WIA), Image and Scanner Interface Specification (ISIS) so there is no driver or software to install to scan using the computer.
The image on the internal memory can be accessed only by connecting the camera directly to your computer. Assuming that you are using a Windows-based PC. If you are using Windows XP or a later Operating System, you do not need to install any driver for the camera. You can use the supplied USB cord to connect the camera to the computer. The camera will be shown as a drive in My Computer. Open the folders with either 'DCIM' or 'PANA' (e.g. 101_PANA) in the name. Copy the images to your computer.
it sounds like you deleted the images. If you are downloading images from your camera or card....you should open the folder to view images. hold control key down and select all images that you want to download. right click on them on click save.
it sounds like you are trying to rename a folder before downloading anything. I know that when I try to edit or rotate any of my images on my card, i first need to download the images to a folder before doing any edits. it does sound like you were trying to rename your folder. normally, you would right click on folder, and click rename. hope this helps. if you need anything else, feel free to ask!!!
TRANSFERRING RECORDED IMAGES AND VIDEOS FROM YOUR VPCT700 DIGITAL CAMERA TO YOUR COMPUTER
Connecting the Camera to Your Computer 1. Connect one end of the USB cable to the PC/AV terminal of the camera. 2. Connect the other end of the USB cable to an available USB port on your computer. 3. Turn on your camera. -The [USB] screen appears. 4. Select [PC] with the Up and Down Arrow buttons, and press the SET button. 5. From the Windows desktop, double click on “My Computer”. 6. Look for a new “Removable disk” icon. This “Removable disk” is actually the memory card in your camera. Typically, the camera will be assigned drive letter “E” or higher. 7. Double click on the removable disk and locate the DCIM folder. 8. Double click on the DCIM folder to open it to find more folders. -Your recorded images and video clips will be inside these folders. -Copy & Paste or Drag-N-Drop image and video files to a folder on your computer.
Mac users: Double-click the “untitled” or “unlabeled” disk drive icon on our desktop. iPhoto may automatically launch.
Downloading images and Video Files When the camera is turned on and connected to your computer, it is considered to be a disk drive, just like a floppy disk or CD. You can download (transfer) images by copying them from the “Removable disk” (“untitled” or “unlabeled” disk on a Macintosh) to your computer hard drive.
Windows Open the “removable disk” and subsequent folders by double clicking on them. Your images are inside these folder(s). Select the images that you want, and then choose “Copy” from the “Edit” menu. Open the destination location (folder) and choose “Paste” from the “Edit” menu. You may also drag and drop image files from the camera to a desired location.
Macintosh Open the “untitled” disk icon, and the destination location on your hard disk. Drag and drop from the camera to the desired destination.
NOTE - Memory card users may prefer to use a memory card reader (highly Recommended). - Video playback application is not included with the package. Make sure that video playback application has been installed in your computer.
If the DCIM folder is where the camera keeps its images, then you have no images on the card.
Otherwise, have a browse through the memory card for another folder. The folders are named differently depending on your camera. My Pentax keeps them in "DCIM", but Kodak (for example) might keep them in a different folder.
Sounds like a MobileMate quirk Tanya. Use your USB cable connection to your PC/Camera interface and delete pics that way too see if this funny goes away.
If it does, and I believe it will, then it is a SanDisk issue not revising the File Allocation Table(FAT) after deleting the Pic File on the mem card.
You could also find out if this is just an SDHC SD card reader issue by using an older less dense standard 1 or 2Meg non-SDHC mem card in the reader and see if issue goes away.
The fallback of course to view and delete the pics on the camera before download, or download pics then note which pic file numbers you want deleted after viewing on PC, then put SD card back in camera and delete them there.
Another option for trial, is to cut and paste the whole DCIM folder, or sub pic folder to your PC from off the SD card using the card reader. The camera automatically generates subfolders under the DCIM folder if you completely remove(deleting by a cut or move), when you take your first picture on a camera with a DCIM but not sub pic folder. Try this first and I think you will find all pics will be deleted from camera that are in a subfolder under DCIM. If not, then cut or move the whole DCIM folder and create a new DCIM(empty) folder on the SD card using the PC and card reader. Of course using this method you cannot selective delete individual pics from the mem card. You would be deleting them all after the Folder cut or move from the SD card.
To download without the software, you will need either the usb cord that came with the camera, or a memory card reader for your computer. For the first step, plug the camera into the computer and camera via the usb cable provided. put the camera in playback mode and turn it on. If you use a memory card reader, remove the card from the camera and insert it into the proper slot on the reader.
Now for PC users - go to 'my computer' (vista its just 'computer') and under 'media with removable devices' you should see the camera come up (or memory card folder). double click, and then you should see a folder that says DCIM. Click and drag that folder onto your desktop. Congrats, you just transfered your photos. Now the folder DCIM on your desktop should be opened and the folders within DCIM contain your images. Sort the photos in whatever way makes sense to you (most likely to be in my pictures (under my documents)). Be sure to delete the DCIM folder off the desktop AFTER you moved all of the images into their proper folders...otherwise next time you try to do this, there will be a conflict with folders named DCIM. This method keeps the images on your memory card. If you would like to remove them, after you re-insert the card into your camera, turn on the camera, press menu, go to the set-up screen (yellow) and go to format - this will erase every picture on your card and make a new slate for when you take new pics.
Before transferring digital images through the USB Connection, you must install the driver and software that came with your camcorder. The software may vary by model. Please view the attached instructions and system requirements for installing the software. Instructions for transferring images through DVC media are provided on the disk as well.
For newer models, you can use Windows Explorer to transfer still images. After installing the driver as instructed in the attachment, follow these instructions.
1. Connect one end of the USB Cable to the Camcorder.
2. Connect the other end of the USB Cable to the PC
3. Power on the Camcorder. (You will notice a green arrow appear in the lower right hand corner of your monitor indicating the device has been detected by your PC)
4. Right click the 'Start' button and choose 'Explore'
5. The Camcorder will appear as a 'Removable Disk' with a drive letter.
6. Click on the Removable Disk and two folders will appear. DCIM and SSMOV. DCIM will contain still images. (SSMOV will contain mpeg's)
7. Double Click the DCIM folder
8. Double Click the folder named 100SSDVC
9. All pictures on the memory stick will appear.
10. You can highlight any (or all) pictures you would like to transfer and move or copy to them to the folder of your choice. (You can select a folder in the left window pane of Windows Explorer and drag and drop files as well)
11. When you are through, you must 'Safely Disconnect' the camcorder by right clicking the green arrow in the lower right hand corner of your screen. (Follow the on screen instructions. Failure to do so may result in flash memory loss)