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Re: digital camera software
Most digital camera's today have vista friendly software included, and they are generally useful, but if you want to do anything beyond simple editing I would invest in a separate more advanced photo editing program. If you are currently shopping for a digital camera there is a handy tool on BestBuy.com under digital cameras called digital photography recommendation center.
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In the camera, or what came with the camera on CD?
If you want to connect the camera to the computer make sure you install the correct version, before you connect the camera.
The software in your camera can't be changed, unless Olympus offers new firmware, to the registered users. Not sure they already offered any update for the X-42
you people are sad . you want me to go premium hence $ and yet have the nerve to ask me to tell you how i did it in the event that i already solved the problem.how is it youcan ask me to pay for info presently offered somewhere on the net for free
uninstall the software
connect your camera
turn it on
open (my) computer
look for a camera icon or a hard drive that is not normally there
click ion it
inside will be a number of folders
one of which will have your pics
copy and paste them wherever you want
the software is not compatible with vista and as the camera is around 5 years old, i doubt nikon will release a patch for it. that said you don't need that software anyway, just plug your camera in via the usb lead switch it on , click on my computer, find your camera, click on it and copy the pictures to where you want. you can then use virtualy any software to view and edit them. if you go to the freesoftware4all website they have some usefull free programmes you could use.
hope this helps
Take out all all software that you have installed and drivers .
See if Vista will see it on its own.
Strictly speaking cameras being USB devices do not need drivers or any other software.
Just let Windows[Even Vista] do the work.
Though having said that Vista is in big trouble with stuff that do need drivers.