Question about Cameras
If the driver was installed with success the camera will be seen like a drive (removable storage device ) in MY computer folder..Just pay attention when you connect it if it says device installed and ready to use..If it says so it means it work ..
If the camera do not have a memory card on it ..it may be a little tricky to get the pictures if it is not seen like a removable device ..Take a look in the disk that came with the camera and see if there is any other software beside the driver ..It may require a photo manager to get the pictures from its internal memory ..If it hasd..open it and click on import pictures..select the camera by name and import ..
you can also use the windows movie maker to import the pictures and than save them to the desktop from there ...same thing ..import from device ..select the camera by name and go for it ..or use ACDsee 9 as photo manager cause it has a import from device ..feature..(download it from the net ) ..
The only issue that may occur is the driver not to fit with the operation system ..but in this case it will refuse the installation ..so I dont think is the case..
In the last resort ..if nothing seam to work ..use the memory card to store the picture on ..and after that use the card directly in the card reader of the laptop (or desktop ) and copy files from it ..
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
Does not fount any software of jazz jdc230, However you can download pictures by this way:
Run the software that came with your camera. Pop the CD into your computer and go through the setup steps. The only way you'll be able to transfer is if you have the software installed. If you bought the camera used or, for one reason or another, just don't seem to have the CD, you can probably find a used or maybe even a new one on eBay. You might be able to find it somewhere else as well.
Connect the camera to the computer. Let's face it, the pictures aren't going to the computer if there is no cord to connect them. Most of the time, you'll hear a sound or something will pop-up if the camera is connected properly and working.
Sync the camera to the computer and transfer the pictures. With most camera software, as soon as you connect the camera to the computer and it recognizes it, something will pop up asking if you would like to sync the pictures to the computer. After that it's pretty self-explanatory. If nothing pops up or it never was supposed to pop up in the first place, open the camera program. Most likely you'll be able to find your way from there. If not, read your camera manual. It should tell you even more than this how-to.
Another option is to buy a Memory Card Reader. They will go by the name " 6 in One, 12 in one, USB Reader Writer or Flash Memory Card Reader Writer. They allow all memory sticks and cards to be recognized by your computer. On Windows XP, you just plug it in and find it as another drive on My Computer. Hope this helps, if so do rate the solution
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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