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there is a web cam mode in the camera settings put it on webcam mode check the settings in camera , and then connect it to ur computer actually u are connecting in usb mass storage mode it will only allow u to copy pics to ur PC for webcam if ur camera supports it u should have this mode in ur camera menu check and then connect it thru usb see if it works ok
If you are using XP you don't need install drivers as the camera will be deetected as a mass storage device when attached to the computer. Then you can cut/copy paste the pics from your camera to your computer. If you are using Windows 98 then you need to install a driver.
ok this is a common problem, all you need to do is connect the cam to the computer, on the cam press disk drive, then in my computer find drive, usually F:\ right click press format, make sure after you format, dissconnect the cam from the PC. Leave the camera POWERED ON then through the camera options press menu setup and format then execute, then cam shud be fine, btw doing this will erase any pix you have on there at this moment in time