Question about Cameras
The first thing to do is to remove any supplied software that cane with the camera[In this Case Canon]
Windows is capable of carrying out operations required.
When plugging the camera in - Windows will put up the Scanner Camera wizard and ask what you want to the images.- You save to where ever your imagestores or in a new folder[The default is 'My pictures'- you can make a new folder any where.]
Once the images are safely installed in the new location go to 'My computer' open the the disc icon that is your camera in removeable drives section- probably drive E or F unler removable memory devices then Open the DCIM folder it contains and there will be your images on the memory card in the camera
Delnull individuially or select all and delete
HOWEVER DO NOT FORMAT THE CARD IN THE COMPUTER.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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