Not so much a solution, more a different approach.
I don't use the FinePix software. I use an XD Card reader, (cheap now).
Download to a new folder in 'My Pictures' via Windows Explorer by click and drag and just take it from there.... easy.
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Install the software that came with your camera on your PC.
Connect the USB cable to your camera and plug that into a USA connector on your PC. Use the software to transfer the pictures to your PC or view them. If you have a Windows PC and the camera shows up under My Computer, you can also access the pictures by looking at it as a storage device and opening the picture files.
Did you instal the software that came with your camera?
You also can download the new View NX from Nikon for free. Always first install the software, before connecting any device on your computer. Special what it is a device like a camera.
The computer can interpret a camera on an USB for: Now I nave to charge the battery. Or when you start the program to transfer pictures, now I have to download pictures, or some camera's like your D200, also cam be controlled remotely over the USB, if the correct software for that is installed.
The software windows needs to install has to be on the computer first.
you can use the internal picture browser in the paint shop pro program to view your pictures. you will need to point the browser to the drive you want to view the pictures on it. I use PSP 7 for years to edit my pictures as well. there is limited to no digital camera support for this program. so with your camera connected to your computer it may show up as a mass storage device or maybe even like a usb flash drive. just use the same steps that you would use to view or save your pictures to and from usb drives. if your computer cannot see your camera then try using a memory card reader.
Check your camera software driver. It may be un installed or remove.2nd Check your cable connection it maybe faulty Lastly check for virus presence in your memo because virus may also cause such problem
your camera came with a CD which has the drivers, manual and other software. Here are the steps to install your dirvers and view copy your pictures to your PC
1- Insert your CD and install the drivers.
2- After drivers are installed connect your camera to the USB port and turn the camera on. Your PC will install the drivers.
3- After id is finished, click start, then computer. You should see Sanyo..... along with c: drive etc..
Now you can copy, add, delete, and view pictures stored in your camera by using your computer.
When I connect my camera a Microsoft screen comes up and asks how I want to view my pictures. Try going to "my computer" and verify if you see a "drive" for your camera. if you do click on it and you will be able to view your pictures
Try and install the HP software again. Uninstall the software first and reboot the pc. Then reinstall software. The memory chip maybe have currupt pictures, so format the chip using the camera. You manual should tell you how to do this.
Turn the camera on and let the battery run all the way down. This may take some time, maybe a day. Then charge it back up for a day. I hope this helps you out. Let me know.