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With all digital cameras the maker delivers a CD (DVD) with software to install on your computer. This makes it possible to put the pictures from the camera on any computer. On the disk(s) are drivers for all operating systems that need them. (Windows 7 and up do have all drivers for hardware that is certified by Microsoft) And there are programs to download the pictures from the camera to the PC. Sometimes the manufactures also delivers software to organise the pictures in folders and software to view or even enhance the pictures you shot.
When you lost the disk, most of the time you can get the software on the website for your brand. Sometimes you even get newer, updated software and new drivers if needed.
If you can't get software form your brand, you always can install other generic software like Ulead, Pixir, BeFunkey, Gimp, Photoshop express. Or if that is not possible you could install an external memory card reader and download the pictures via de memory card reader.
Before you can download pictures from a camera to a computer, you have to install the software that came with the camera. First install the software, than connect the camera and switch it on.
The computer needs to know what it should do with the new device connected to the USB port. So a driver and a program have to be in place to tell the computer, not to charge the camera, but to down;road pictures. If you lost your Kodak CD, you can download the software here: Search
before you can download pictures, you should install the software that came with the camera. On the CD are not only drivers for all known operating systems, but also the software, needed for the computer ro recognise the camera and to stream the pictures to the computer.
If you don'e have a CD anymore, try the website from the firm where the camera came from. Or use software like lightroom, gimp or Flickr
You will probably need to install the camera software before you can download pictures. The cameras often come with an installation disc. If it won't let you install the software, your computer probably isn't compatible with that disc (I hope this isn't true for you).
First do a windows update, see if you have all the current versions of software on your computer. Then install the nikon software on your computer. If that fails, I recommend using a card reader to download your photos to your computer. Card readers are quicker and don't use any battery power to download either.
Go to www.polaroid.com select your country click support enter your model number - i531 click the picture of the i531 camera under get software, click i531 Driver click download now save to your machine & install
I own a nikon D40x and it doesn't need the software to download the
pictures to the computer. But I'm not sure if it works the same way
with your camera.
If you need the software go to this link,
it says updater but they also included the link for the Full install
version, install it then download the updates for the program. However
you will need to register/create account for you to download the file,
they will ask you for the Serial Number/License Key/Unlock Code so I
suggest you look for it before you go to the site.