Question about Cameras
I download driver detective as u stated and my camera is not reading on my computer
OK I would like to continue to troubleshoot. If you are on a desktop computer, make sure your USB cord is connected in a rear port so you have the best power. Make sure battery in camera is fully charged.
Next, turn the camera into playback mode so you can see the pictures on the card, then connect to cord.
Click on start/run and type in services.msc and hit ok.
Next, go to start/control panel/system/hardware tab and device manager. Under imaging devices look for your camera. If there are any other imaging devices, disable them for now.
If your camera is there with no yellow symbols next to it, close device manager and go to my computer. There, you should see your camera and be able to right click on it and get pictures through microsoft scanner and camera wizard. If this still doesnt' solve it, I have more ideas.
Posted on May 31, 2008
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