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Have a new camera...no idea how to use! Have USB cable attached to hard drive but don't know how to proceed to store pictures taken on hard drive.

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Hi, does your pc have a photo program, this should detect the camera connection.
If not there are various free programs available on the internet,
I use Picasa2 you get this on google.
Download this & then connect your camera it will do the rest.

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Just bought new camera it says msdc


The MSDC option in digital cameras stands for Mass Storage Device Class. It is one of the many subclasses of the USB computer peripheral connection protocol.

This class as implemented in digital cameras, allows a connection between a computer and a digital camera by showing the digital camera, when connected to the computer, as a removable disk drive, temporarily attached to the computer. Pictures taken are retrieved using either cut and paste, copy and paste or drag and drop from the digital camera's picture folder onto a real hard drive or other writeable media available in the computer.

In addition, arbitrary data (does not have to be pictures) can be stored in the digital camera's onboard memory to the limit of the memory. The MSDC device class can be implemented by any kind of electronic device which has embedded memory storage in any form such as flash memory, IDE hard drives, etc.

May 13, 2011 | Vivitar ViviCam X029 Digital Camera

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Copy Pictures From INTERNAL MEMORY to Memory Card (solution for those who have...


Required:
Samsung D53 Camera
Memory Card (Clean with no pictures on it!)
Fresh batteries

Optional:
Computer
Memory card reader on your computer

Problem:
You have several (or more) photos that were taken with no memory card inserted into the camera, and they have been stored on the camera's internal memory. You have no USB cord to get the pictures off your camera.

Solution:
I don't know if this is in the manual (as this is a used camera I purchased with no manual or USB cord). In my frustration, I accidentally found out how to get my photos off the internal memory and onto my computer's hard drive.

Here are the steps I followed:

1. Ensure fresh batteries are inserted into your camera. You might lose data or get corrupted pictures if the camera dies while you're transferring pictures. Fresh batteries are important.

2. Insert memory card into the camera (where the batteries go) and close the lid.

3. Power camera on.

4. Press the Print/Review button (bottom button to the right of the LCD) once.

5. When you see the words "No Image!" appear, press the Menu/OK button.

6. A new menu will pop up, asking you COPY TO CARD -- use your buttons to highlight "Yes".

7. You will see your camera "Processing!" It will finish on its own, so do not interrupt the task.

(Optional)
8. Once it has finished "Processing!", remove memory card and insert into your computer's memory card reader to see and SAVE your pictures to your computer. Ensure all photos transferred properly before proceeding to Step 9.

9. With the memory card removed from the camera, power the camera back on and delete individual pictures, if you want to reserve internal memory for future emergency picture-taking situations (especially now that you know you can actually get the photos off of the camera's internal memory now!)



on Aug 12, 2008 | Samsung Digimax D53 Digital Camera

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I opened my X018 Camera package and there wasn't any software or instruction book included. Please help. drypete@aol.com


-Using the USB cable that came with the camera, connect the wider end of the cable to your computer and the smaller end to your camera, on the left side.
-Power on the camera. After a few seconds a new window will appear on the computer screen. The new window allows you to use the Scanner & Camera wizard to move your pictures to the computer. Select the wizard and follow it's steps to approve the new location for your pictures and then proceed.
If you don't have the USB cable, remove the memory card from the bottom of the camera and find the part of your computer labeled Media Cards. Insert your memory card into the slot labeled SD. After a few seconds a new window will appear on the computer screen. The new window allows you to use the Scanner & Camera wizard to move your pictures to the computer. Select the wizard and follow it's steps to approve the new location for your pictures and then proceed.

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Hello, What cable or adaptor do I need to transfer all data from the hard disk of my Toshiba Satellite Pro A200 to my new laptop via USB port? Thanks.


You won't be able to transfer hard drive data by plugging one computer into another via USB. In order to transfer data, you will need to remove the hard drive from the Toshiba Satellite Pro, use an external hard drive enclosure, and attach that to your new computer with any USB cable.
The hard drive can be taken out by removing screws on the bottom of your laptop. The drive can be found in the bottom left of this picture: http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/toshiba-satellite-a205/big/toshiba-satellite-a200-a205-02.jpg
Here is an example of the exclosure you would need: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817816013

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How do I transfer pictures from my camera to the computer?


images are stored on standard Type I CompactFlash cards. Consider the included 8 MB card a starter capacity, since its 12-picture limit means you'll need to return to your computer often to transfer images and free up the card for more pictures. A 128 MB card is a great size for this camera, storing around 200 images. To transfer images to your computer, simply attach the included USB cable between your PC and your camera. Your computer should automatically recognize your camera and let you move the pictures to your hard drive. Simply click on my computer click on new drive shown in this folder, select all the pictures, copy them and past to your desired location,
you can also copy picture by using card reader, put the SD card in card reader and follow the same procedure
Good luck, do rate the solution if helped

Nov 30, 2010 | Canon PowerShot A40 Digital Camera

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I cannot download my pictures from My camera to my pc. Camera is a Finepix S5600 and I dont have the manufacture cd anymore


Couple ways to do this: but both ways are possible in a windows environment: in Brief
1. attach the mfg USB cable to camera and PC - PC should find camera once turned on and prompt you with how would like with proceed download
2. take memory card out of camera and insert into card reader and attach to PC - PC will recognize it as a hard drive or thumb drive memory card

Aug 25, 2010 | Fuji FinePix S5200 / S5600 Digital Camera

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My computer dosen't turn on. How can I transfer the data from the hard drive to an external hard drive


Open the computer and remove the hard drive install it into another computer as a slave drive and read from it. If yo don`t know how to do that then just take the drive to a computer parts store and purchase the necessary cables so that you can attach it to your present computer USB port or have them transfer the files for you for a small fee.

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DigiLife DDV-C330 default directory on computer


Try this...instead of double clicking it, right click it and see if the word explore comes up. Try that and let me know how it turned out.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC TZ3


Use your USB cable or a Card Reader. Read your manual to insert Date on pictures. Note date will show on pic and cannot be removed.

Best idea is to downloand you pics asap and change each pic file name to embed date taken in filename, not on the pic itself.

I recomment the San Disk MobileMate SD+ miniature Card Reader for SD and MicroSD card reading. Just a little larger than a Flash Thumb Drive. Saves lugging around a USB camera cable and saves your camera power otherwise needed to power a download via a USB cable. About $15 at RadioShack, Staples, etc retail stores selling cameras.

Jan 07, 2008 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera

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