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Windows XP PC won't recognize USB drive where new camera is connected - so won't transfer pics. Did the system>hardware>device>USB Controller> USB Root Hub>power mgmnt UNcheck box with no luck. There are 7 files listed USB Root Hub and I UNchecked them all. A right click on desktop icon doesn't show the J drive at all.

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Try NOT connecting your camera to your computer.

The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.

Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program.

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SONY DSR PD 170 OR 170P IS THE CAMERA MODEL AND LAPTOP IS SONY VAIO VPCEG18FG. The camera has a DV firewire port and lap top has only 3 usb ports. I tried connecting it with a cable that ha s firewire...


This Camcorder does not support USB streaming with the Windows 7 Operating System. Use an i.LINK cable to transfer the video to the Computer. The i.LINK port is also called IEEE 1394 or Firewire port.You can use any video capturing software like Windows Movie Maker to transfer the video from the Camcorder to the Computer.The Firewire to USB cable won't work with your camcorder,you will always end up with this error.
Click the link below for the instruction to transfer the video to the Computer using i.LINK cable.
>> http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C111893
You Sony vaio laptop doesn't have firewire ports ,in this case you will need to purchase and install an firewire card ..>>
see link >>
http://www.ramelectronics.net/computer-parts/computer-accessories/firewire-i-link/firewire-cards/29972/prod29972.html

If you are using a Windows XP Operating System then you have to install the USB Streaming Driver in the Computer from the supplied Software disk with the Computer.
Check this Link for the instruction to transfer video to a Computer using USB Streaming.
http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C222820
If you do not have the supplied Software disk then I suggest that you use the i.LINK cable to transfer the video.
Please let me know if you need further assistance on this issue .

Nov 13, 2011 | Video Cameras

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I cant see the pic on pc


I'm sorry that the Camera is not recognized by the Computer. Unfortunately, knowing the Operating System is the key element in providing troubleshooting the PC connection. However, I will give you the troubleshooting steps which is general for the compatible Operating Systems for the Camera:

The compatible Operating Systems are as follows:

Windows XP Windows 2000 Professional Windows Vista Mac OS X

Please follow the below troubleshooting steps below if your Computer is installed with any of the above mentioned Operating System. Please note that other Operating Systems are not compatible with your Camera. Please make sure that the connections are secure. Prior to making any adjustments, first ensure you've firmly connected your Camera's USB cable into the USB port on your PC. Power off and disconnect your Camera from your computer. Restart your computer. After your computer is rebooted, connect your camera to your computer using the USB cable provided. Note: Connect your camera to an alternate USB port, preferably on the back of your computer. Select MTP instead of default PC from the USB select screen appears on the LCD screen after connect the Camera to the Computer. If the issue persists, please check the Device Manager driver conflicts by following the steps: Connect the camera to the computer with the USB cable. Turn on the camera. Open the Device Manager of the operating system.
Windows 2000 - Right-click the My Computer icon, left-click Properties , left-click the Device Manager tab. XP: Right-click the My Computer icon, left-click Properties , left-click the Hardware tab, left-click the Device Manager button. Windows Vista: Click the Start button, click Control Panel , click System and Maintenance , click the Device Manager button. Windows 7: Click the Start button, click Control Panel , click Hardware and Sound , under Devices and Printers , click Device Manager. You may try the steps before give up even if the Operating System is Windows 7 as it supports many cameras with default driver. In the Device Manager window, at the left of Universal Serial Bus controllers , click the PLUS (+) symbol. Under Universal Serial Bus controllers , right-click Sony DSC or USB Mass Storage Device to display the drop-down menu. In the drop-down menu, click Uninstall or Remove. In the Confirm Device Removal dialog box, click the OK button. Restart the computer. Follow any on-screen instructions to complete reinstallation of the USB driver.
If the issue persists, reset the Camera by removing the battery for more than one minutes and check the operation. I hope following the above troubleshooting steps should definitely resolve the issue. If you require any further assistance, please get back to me with the exact Operating System, I can definitely help you with this. If a PC connection is not recognized by a Computer, most probably it will not be a hardware issue. Thanks for understanding.

Apr 10, 2011 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S750 Digital Camera

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I cant transfer pics on to a cd


Check if the dvd drive has not been disabled in device manager.
Click on start->run->type devmgmt.msc you will get the device manager windows under disk drives check for the dvd drive and if its not disabled.

Jun 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My coby -mp 610-2g was hookup to my cpu and i


Hello,

Having devices connected during reinstallation of the Operating System will lead to a faulty detection on the USB ports.
Connected devices will not be recognized.

How to get the USB ports functioning again:

>0. First disconnect all apparatus connected to the USB ports.

Step 1.1 will take a long time again, I'd prefer step 1.2:
1.1 Perform a new installation of Windows XP (the long way) or
>1.2 Delete all USB hardware in the Control Panel (the short way).

>2. Install the software for your device and perform an update.
Update Windows Media Player 11 and / or Coby Media Manager.

>3. Open the software WMP11 or the Coby Media Manager.
Connect the device and make a setup for connection in the
software you use.

When you need more help for software or hardware configuration, just add a comment.

Apr 04, 2010 | Coby MP-610 MP3 Player

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System is not detecting


To determine if your system is detecting the USB drive or not
Windows XP Right click "My Computer" >> Properties >> Hardware Tab >> Device Manager
Windows Vista/7 Right click "Computer" >> Properties >> Device Manager
If your USB drive is not detected at all either the drive is bad or the usb port is bad, I would try another USB port to rule out the issue being a port
If you see a ? or ! then your operating system had trouble installing a driver for it uninstalling and reinstalling the driver should resolve the issue
Please comment if you need further assistance or clarification
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Computer wont recognize camera to upload pictures


Dear Mv1310,
Here are the few things that you might want to check.
1) When you connect your camera to the USB of your computer and switch on the camera ... Does your computer recognize that an USB device has been attached to it? It would generally show a balloon on right hand side bottom corner in windows OS and would show a green arrow icon in the system trey when the device is ready to use. Do you see any new drive letter in "My computer"?
If you Do Not .. then

Right click on "My computer" --> Properties --> Hardware tab --> Device manager button .. Under the USB devices do you see any Red "X" or "!" marks?
Right click and un-install the devices with Red X or "!" marks.
Then disconnect the camera and then reconnect the camera back to the computer and this time the computer should recognize and reinstall the camera and this time it should work fine.

If not then please let me know if the computer recognizes any other USB devices like printer and modem ...

Please let me know the above and I would be glad to assist you ahead..

Regards,
Srinivas.

Jun 20, 2009 | Kodak Easyshare M753 Digital Camera

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Transfering pictures to my computer


make sure your camera is off when you hook the usb cable from your camera to your computer, then after doing so turn you camera on, wait a few moments, if nothing happens go to you destop to my computer and click on the removable hardware, it should work
also what program are you using and what operating system do you have?

Jun 20, 2009 | Cameras

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Device Not Recognized


This problem mainly occurs because Sony does not support connection though Hubs or for that matter Front Panel USB ports. Try connecting the camera throught the back panel ports (There are usually four to six of these depending on your motherboard.) .

If it still remains unresolved:
1. Update windows XP to atleast service pack two (If you havent already). Uninstall Picture Motion Browser.

2. Uninstall the camera from the device manager.
This is how to do it. Connect the camera, wait for it to show as an unrecognised device. Hit "Windows + Pause/Break" to bring up system properties. (Windows is the key next to alt, that brings up the start menu.). Navigate to the hardware tab and choose device manager. Expand the last tree from the list (One for USB devices) and delete the entry "Unrecognised Device" (Select it and hit delete). Shut the device manager. Disconect the camera.

3. Now, connect the camera the one of the USB ports on the back of your PC and power it on. It should show up as a PTP/Mass storage (depending on your camera settings) device.

4. If it still doesn't work, disconnect all other USB devices from your PC and then repeat from step 2.

5. You can reinstall Picture motion Browser if you like or use Xp's photo transfer utility.

Hope this solves your problem.

Cheers,
Shaunak

Dec 19, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S730 Digital Camera

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