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Pictures to PC

I have the program , Presto! Mr. Photo 1.5 on my Pc but I cannot get Pictures from the camera. When I plug in The USB cord the camera shows a busy light. What must I do?

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  • Leafy22 Apr 17, 2008

    I did install the program without the camera plugged in. After that I plugged in the camera and still didn't get pictures.
    The busy light came on.

  • Leafy22 Apr 17, 2008

    I donot have a folder with Pictures. I am trying to start entering pics. I do not have Mr. Photo Gold do I need it?

    For darngood

  • Leafy22 Apr 18, 2008

    To bestdarngood

    Have done what you suggested and still do not get pictures from camera. What next?

  • Leafy22 Apr 18, 2008

    To; bestdarngood

    I have a camera which shows 'LARGAN' and 'CHAMELEON' on the front of the camera.

    I have installed what you said. When i activate I get a screen that says "Device not ready"

  • Leafy22 Apr 18, 2008

    To: bestdarngood

    Your last fix got the pictures on the PC.

    Thank you for taking the time thru all this.

    I hope I don't have to turn off the computer evey time I want to use the camera and view the pictures.

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1. Click START then PROGRAMS then MR.PHOTO GOLD 1.5 then PRESTO! MR.PHOTO 1.5
2. After Mr.Photo opens up move cursor to top left corner until taskbar with INPUT
button appears
3. Click INPUT than ADD PHOTOS.
4. Click on plus sign by “C” than find the folder containing saved ***.jpg images you downloaded
5. To view images saved from the tape with JLIP Video Capture 3.0 you would have to remember what folder image was saved to (images saved in the JLIP albums with file extensions .VNA can’t be viewed here unless they were saved in separate location as single image not an album)
So it is recommended to save images transferred with JLIP Video Capture software as a JPEG images not an album if you want to change them in any way later on.

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 17, 2008

    Thank you for using Fixya and please let me know if you need any further help

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 17, 2008

    sorry, you don't need gold,

    you should be able to open the program and load the pictures from the camera within the program

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Apr 18, 2008

    Alright, what I want to try is to download a new program to retrieve the pictures off of you camera but I need to know the exact model of your camera

    Is it a Largan Chameleon Digital Camera for sure?

    If it is then click on the below link and then on the "Download" button on the page and try using that software to get your camera working. I wasn't thinking before, I'm betting that you didn't get the Presto with your camera, am I right or wrong about this. Let me know how this works.

    http://software.filefactory.com/Windows/...



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    Benjamin Patri Apr 18, 2008

    try turning off the computer, then plugging in the camera to the computer and turning it on and then turn on the computer and let me know if that works

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 19, 2008

    I'm glad that you were able to get it working, from what I see, others have had the same problem and if you want the pictures off the camera, just make sure you plug it in and turn it on before using the computer in case you would get the error again.

    Thank you for using Fixya and please don't forget to rate this solution

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HI,

Just uninstall the software without the camera plugged in and then install it again.Then plug in the camera.

Goodluck..

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

  • Priya darshan Apr 18, 2008

    How about using a different software to transfer pics??

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