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Appreciate your answer and I think I've copied them to the dcim folder but the still aren't viewable on te actual camera, can you help me with that?

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I'm not familiar with that model, but generally in the camera menu you can browse on a particular folder. Was there an error message? Also make sure the file are still in JPEG format.

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    dboss Jul 26, 2008

    Sorry, for this very long response, cause actually I'm using a GPRS-PC connection, quite expensive here in the Philippines. Maybe there;s really a problem with the camera electronics itself that needs professional attention, regards.

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I have an Olympus, stylus 1030 SW camera.I saved some of my pictures to "My Favorites" then deleted them off my card. I was wondering if there is a way to transfer the my pictures back on to the...


If I have understood this correctly then you only saved shortcuts to the pictures in which case you have lost the pictures. There is a chance of recovering them with software BUT DON'T CONTINUE TO USE THE CARD, as you will lessen the chance of any recovery. Take the card out of the camera and place in card reader. Then use software from http://www.pcinspector.de/default.htm to scan the card and recover what you can.Make the save directory a folder on your hard drive and NOT the card.
(If I am incorrect and you actually copied the pictures to your computer then I apologise for alarming you. In that case if you have then it is just a matter of navigating to the directory they are saved in on the PC, copying them (right click copy) and pasting them back into the directory on the card that stores the pictures, DCIM/olympus etc-just click through the directories till you find the pix.)

I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.
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How do i transfer photos to my hard drive


Please follow the steps to transfer images from a Camera to the Computer.
  1. Connect the Camera to the Computer.
  2. Turn ON the Camera
  3. If you're getting a pop window after connecting the Camera, close it.
  4. Open My Computer
  5. Once you open My Computer window, you can see an additional drive which represents Camera or Memory Stick in the Camera.
  6. Double Click the drive which represents the Camera.
  7. Find the DCIM folder. It may differ in some models.
  8. Navigate through the folders and find the pictures
  9. You can also copy the DCIM folder and copy to folder in the Hard drive.
  10. Close the window.
  11. Now you can disconnect the Camera. (If you want to delete the images from the Camera, delete it after transferring to the computer)
  12. Turn off the Camera.
Please get back to me with the exact model # and Operating System so that I can give specific instructions if you prefer.
Thanks for understanding.

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The DCIM folder is not able to open.... I have so many pictures inside it but I could not open it. I am wondering what actual is the problem...Please help me out. Thank you


Hi,

If you have a card reader then take the card out of the camera, put it into the card reader. Plug it directly into the computer and copy the DCIM folder onto the desktop.

If you don't have a card reader, take the card out of the camera and take it with you to a store like radio shack or PC World for example and have one of the staff get you a compatible reader.


Regards.

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What is a DCIM FILE, How can I convert Into a dcim file. I would like to copy picture in my Camera it is copying but when I run the camera shows no picture.


The DCIM file is the folder is the folder which images or pictures taken are saved. Inside the DCIM folder should be should be one or more folders. The picture files are stored in one of these two folders. Look for the filenames that end in .jpg or something like DSC0001.JPG or DSC0002.JPG.

When you plugged in your camera to your computer's usb device, right click on your Start button, and choose Explore. The windows explorer window will open. Click on the (-) beside My Computer and the (-) beside Local Drive C: to minimize the list of folders. Now, you should be looking at the drive letter that defines your Camera. It could be drive E or F. Click on that drive and it will show your the contents on your right panel. Look for those folders and copy them to your local drive.

If you need further assistance, dont hesitate to ask or comment back.

Goodluck!

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Click and open that ‘driver’, you may see two folders DCIM and MISC. click and open DCIM, you may see another folder such as 101MSDCF, open it you’ll see all the pictures. Select the pictures then copy to wherever you want.

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I have a folder of photos on my camera which I can see on the computer but I cannot see on the camera when I go on the Quick View. How can I see the folder of photos on my camera?


did you put the folder onto the camera using a PC ?
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Dont create folders on your card, always put the files into the correct folder.

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