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  • angelico72 Aug 16, 2008

    I can't get my computer to recognize my daughters Fisher Price camera. I know it takes cruddy pictures, and the heads are mostly chopped off, but she loves the thing and it has her interested in photography... anyway, I have never tried to connect it to the computer until she wanted to see what she had taken pictures of. I have read the manual with no luck. The computer just will not recognize the camera. I have tried plugging it into some of the other USB ports but it still will not recognize. Is there a trick to this? Thanks! My daugher will be thrilled if she can finally see her pics!

  • mariamercruz Sep 27, 2008

    I have the same problem with the Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera. The PC does not recognize the software. Thank you for providing a quick solution.

  • jessica_chah Sep 27, 2008

    When I plug my camera into my computer, it says that I still need to insert a disc into the E drive. How can I upload my pics?

  • Pascal1970 Dec 27, 2008

    I have installed everything from the cd. Pluged in the camera on the pc but the pc says he needs the correct software. I also dowmloaded and installed the driver from de website www.digiblue.com.



    Please help me, my daughter wants to see her pictures.

  • djlassing Dec 28, 2008

    Same problem

  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2008

    Have a larger camera that come with software and it worked fine...other daughter got micro camera and can not get computer to recognizebbbb it! UGH!

  • Nicaisinotu Jan 01, 2009

    I am trying to install the software that came with the camera into my computer but my computer wont recognize the camera when I am trying to import pictures off of it.

  • gregorywolve Jan 01, 2009

    software install, but computer can't find camera

  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2009

    i have the same problem, my computer won't reconize the camera someone please help!!!!!!

  • tamarad622 Jan 10, 2009

    same as everyone else. loaded software can not launch any pics as" my coputer cant find cam".

  • Jacksondm Feb 11, 2009

    Same prob as everyone else by the looks of it.... Is there a solution or is this just a rip off... tried looking on manufactures website but it dont seem to give the info for installing the software for the camera!! The disney disc with the pictures, stickers etc loads fine but then it askes to insert the disc for the camera., We only got the disney picture disc didn't we? we didn't get one to install the damn camera!!

    Please help this is so annoying!!!!

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    same as everyone else, windows xp suddenly stopped recognizing olympus digital cam... so whats the solution ?

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I have heard that if you are on a laptop to unplug any power source and then re-plug in the camera cord.

Also another way is to push the on button after its been plugged in.

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