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Loading photos on computer

When I want to load photos onto my computer, I connect the camera and click on the camera's icon to open it. The cursor goes into busy mode and never stops. I have almost 500 photos, which is close to the capacity for the memory stick, but I don't see why I shouldn't be able to load the photos if they fit on the memory stick. Please give me any advice you have. Thanks and God bless you!
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  • conejosa May 21, 2008

    I recently bought a Cyber-shot DSC-W80 and tried to use it with my
    PowerBook G4 (using Mac OS X 10.4.11) and it didn't work. At first, I
    tried it with the memory stick and an icon appeared on the Mac Desktop,
    but if I try to open
    the folder (which is correctly recognzed as DCIM), I get the pinwheel
    of death. I tried it without the memory stick but i couldn't transfer
    the photos via USB. The camera wasn't even recognized. The message on
    the camera reads "USB Mode Connecting... Switch on
    [MENU]". WHen I go to the menu, it gives me different ways to connect
    to the computer, none of which work. Oh, and the installation CD
    doesn't even work; i can't open ANYTHING on it.

  • conejosa May 11, 2010

    no, i think the camera simply doesn´t work with macs. i am able to upload the pictures when using a PC. the problem is...i dont have a PC! i have to use someone else´s.

    thanks, though


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I think, its due to incorrect contact of USB cable in camera. Place this cable properly, it will work

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