I have the original install disk for Telefunken TDC-3000.
It has the drivers for Windows 98/2000/Me/XP.
Compressed, it is about 11 M. Nero disk Image about 18 M.
The CD itself is 15.2 M.
The compressed version is self extracting.
If you are able to accept an Email of that size, I can send it to you.
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Re: Telefunken TDC-5000 digital camera driver
If your PC is ME/200/XP/Vista No driver is required. Plug the Camera in Switch it on to upload and Windows will dosplay the Scanner/Camera Wizard. Windows can do it all by its self. If you have installed the software that cane with the camera Uninstall it and put the disk back in the box.
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The very first thing to do is you have the lumix driver in your computer. Then use the firewire to paired them. Some brands of digital camera give you difficulties to transfer data from mass memory ( camera memory and is not additional memory <mmc/sd>) to other media like computer. It is invisible when trying to import and all you can do is just enjoy the data / pictures by using play back features in your digital camera.
So what you should do is just connect them as usual ( remove the memory card before commence this task) and seek the pictures you are looking for in digital camera. If nothing found there, you can not get the pictures imported then.
Im not sure what modem you are talking about ..cause there isn't any involved..but to see the pictures from the camera you have to download them and for that you need the driver from the cd that came with the cam...and a data cable to connect t to the pc ...Install the driver and after that connect the camera ...it will prompt you on the camera to choose pc connection ..or make it auto ...After that the folder with the camera name will be seen in my co,puter folder or a folder with name storage device will actually be there and it is the card from the camera ..Inside the pictures will be available fro copy ..paste or cut .. Or ..if they are not shown there ..use a manager like tha one that came on disk to import from device ..or ..if it pops up an auto-play at start when you plug it in the computer ..choose import pictures..or open folder to view pictures...and in there you can actually copy them ..
http://www.ookz.com.pl/ds6618/ this is the driver you need for connection ..but if the camera has not a card or another type of external memory ...u probably will need a manager like the ACDsee to import from device ... you can also use any other manager from another model but be sure it have an import from device feature ...to let you select the device ..and import picture after selection .. Im not sure but for most models after the driver is installed the computer sees the camera as a removable device in my computer ..this might be that case too ...or see the camera as a drive after name ...and you can just click right on it ..and explore its memory ..