Question about Samsung S860 Digital Camera
In almost any case, you shouldn't need additional software to copy pictures from your camera. If you're using windows XP or newer, just plug in the USB cable and turn on your camera. A new drive letter should appear under your start menu--> "my computer".
probably named "removable disk G:" or maybe a different letter.
double click in there and voila. your pictures are in a folder somwhere in there, in a subfolder.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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