I need to locate the installation software for my computer to access my photos.
I guess I need directions as to where I can locate the installation software for my computer. I am currently unable to load my pictures from my camera to my computer.
I need to locate software to install on my computer for window vista. Can you help???
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My daughter has the same camera, and I have uploaded the contents of the installation CD for you and other users to download.
It includes camera drivers, user manual and application software. The application software (photo impression) is used to pull the photos from the camera.
The software supports Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.
Installation CD can be downloaded from here (188.81Mb): http://depositfiles.com/files/qmc5ykx6p
For those that need access to just the user manual, you can download that here: http://www.filejumbo.com/Download/26D632AAF285B1D0
Beware, the drivers alone will not pull the photos from the camera, you will need the application to do that for you.
Hope this helps!
What you are going to want to do is by a capture card. Like pinnacle and it will come with software and everything you need. You can purchase an internal or an external. The photo navigator would only be for photos anyways. If you need any help locating this hardware/software let me know. Thanks, Lee
If you have lost you cd or don't know how to install your printer then all you need to do is download the drivers and software from the manufactures website that suits your operating system and printer.
Drivers and software download areas for brands listed below, just click to gain access and then locate driver for your needs.
The computer communicates with cameras with photo softwares required installation. Photo software installed has to be compartible with the brand camera. Generic photo softwares installed on the computer can recognise any built-in cameras, camera connection attachements. Once, a photo software has been click opened, the features fucntionalities of capturing snap shots, editing, and saving are made possible from any available camera devcies. Built-in computer cameras have already installed softwares locatable on the menu programs task bars.
A separate camera used to acquire photos elswhere requires connections to the computer from which manipulations become possible. Any already existing photo media softwares would recognise to intergrate a camera connection. For the camera to function while connected to a computer would require the feature functions of an opened photo editing program.
A computer built-in camera can perform on the network only by opening the photo windows software provided on the web. The internet web cam for example provides the opportunity to search and locate any cameras attached to the computer for network communications. Such an instance easily recognises the built-in computer camera. A separate camera would require connection compartibilities to the computer systems, and possibly the network type. A network that provides photo camera softwares incompartible to the cameras connected to the computer would require generic softwares installations for communcations to take place between camera, computer, and a network of computers.
Your power cord that came with your phone is also a USB cord. This can be plugged directly into your computer. Once plugged in your computer will automatically download the pre-installed software and you can then access your photos from your computer.
You should try and access the files on the camera directly via 'my computer'.
Even without running the supplied software, the computer should see the camera as a storage drive and list it in 'my computer'
You can then open you camera files, and drag and drop or copy and paste the pictures.
Note: Please make sure you download the correct one for your version of Photo Explosion 3.0. If you have the Deluxe version, download the Deluxe update. If you have the regular version, download the non-Deluxe update. 5. Save the update to an easily accessible location, such as your Desktop. 6. Once downloaded, go to where the update was saved and double-click the update. 7. After installing the update, you should no longer experience this problem.
Note: It is extremely important that you do not run Photo Explosion until you have restarted the computer and installed the update. If you run the program before installing the update, you will need to start the steps over from the beginning. This comes directly from the Nova FAQs. Hope this helps!
The first thing to try: a new USB cable and a different port. (If you are using a hub, try directly connecting to the computer). What does the device manager say about the scanner? (In Windows, access from the Control Panel > Hardware. Exact directions depend on the OS version.)
Check the transport lock on the bottom of the scanner - do not put the scanner on its side when you check the lock.
Make sure the scanner was on and had already warmed up (stopped blinking) before you tried to start the scanner software (either by the buttons or from the scanner). You may want to reboot the computer (in case the computer thinks one program has locked access to the scanner).
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (scanners require two-way communication with the computer and a bad cable will stop the scan even when the computer sees the scanner and the software installed without a problem.)
Not enough info to help you.
What type of error are you getting when you try to transfer pictures from your camera to the computer?
Are you using USB to transfer? Are you using Windows XP? If not, what operating system are you using?
Right wat ya gotta do is.. take ya photo(s).. then using your Software & Data Transfer Cable, usually USB, you then download the photos from ya camera to your PC's hard Drive, & then usually ya must convert the Photos to a smaller more suitable size.. However most sites explain how big the files should be... and how to "Upload" them to their site.
To perform these actions one must install the camera's Data Transfer Software & Drivers, that came with the camera. OR locate and download the Drivers from the manufacturers web site.
Install the software then reboot, THEN plug in ya USB cable connected to the camera, and then turn on.. it should be "Detected" and it may ask for "Drivers" if so, simply point it in the direction of the Driver Files, usually on ya CD. After the software and drivers are installed, you can manipulate the files as ya wish.
Then you are ready to start using the Uploading Software, from the site required, like say Ebay etc.
This software will ask you for the "Location" of the Photo(s) ya point it to the Photo's location and the Uploading Software will do it all for you from there on...
The link below is for a Photo resizer, that may come in handy.. just download & install.
hope that helped...