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How do i charge my kids v tech camera threw away all of the information before i learned how to do that

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The camera uses 4 standard AA batteries, so recharging is not required.

The user manual is available. (Click Here)
Page 3 of the user manual explains how to replace the batteries.

Good Luck!

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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I have the Crayola digital Camera but can't find the computer software to be able to let my children use the Camera. Can you help me?


It's not clear how computer software allows your kids to "use" the camera, but I suspect this is what you are looking for:

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Pick the model of camera your kids have and then choose "download drivers". If there is additional computer software available, it will be listed as a seperate download or be bundled with the driver software.

I hope this helps.

If this is not what you're looking for, please post back here and provide us more information about what this software you're looking for is called, where you first learned of it, camera model, etc.

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My goddaughter slobbered on my polaroid i735 camera in the battery part and now it wont turn on what can i do to fix it


You can't fix slobbering except with time. The kids do it when they're near or in the teething stage. In a year or so, it goes away. Sorry, but that's how kids are. The manual says this if you'd RTFM.
http://www.allina.com/ac/cocmanual.nsf/page/teething

As for the Camera, which I realize isn't your question but I care more about tech than my kids, I'd say your best bet is to take the battery off, make sure its *DRY* without doing something dumb like baking it. Then take a pencil and use the eraser to clean the copper contacts. Make sure the pencil eraser shredding parts fall to the floor (for the kid to eat) instead of fall into the holes in the camera. Clean both the battery and the camera. Time might fix this. The big thing is to get the camera into low humidity environment to encourage it to dry. I don't recommend a trip to Saudi Arabia but if you're going anyway, take it along.

You probably got slobber into the camera via the holes for the battery connector. Taking a camera apart is pretty high-tech and tiny screwdrivers. A vacuum cleaner might **** some of it out without real damage but be gentle with the metal on metal. *AFTER* you clean out the camera, try the kid's mouth for good measure/prevention.

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I have a digital concepts dual mode digital camera. I've never used a digital camera before. It did not come with instructions or software. Could someone help me learn to use it, so that i can take...


There's very little difference in how you take a photo between digital and film cameras and simply getting out there and convincing your kids 10 thousand photos is "normal" will get you well on your way. Check out your local community education programs or your local library for easy, simple and well priced courses you can take to bring you up to speed in the world of digital. There may also be a local camera club you may want to join as these can be fun as well as informative. Digital is a lot of fun because you can adjust and manipulate photos on your computer as well as see photos right away instead of waiting for the lab.
The beauty of digital cameras is that film processing is eliminated and if you don't like the pic you simply delete it. So click away and have fun.
Depending on your camera's make it may have a program built in so when you hook up to your computer it will automatically integrate with your computer in order to download pics. Picture Manager is a nice program within Word to manipulate sizes and the like while Photoshop is a much more intense program that can be purchased and downloaded onto your computer but as a beginner you may find Photoshop overwhelming.
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I purchased this camera about 3 months ago with rechargeable batteries, from the very beginning the camera would say low battery and shut off. I went and bought regular duracel batteries and noticed the...


This is not a very expensive camera. To get it looked at would cost over $100. If it were mine, I would throw it away and chalk it up to "lesson learned". Next time, buy a more expensive camera and don't forget to save the paperwork.

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How to charge


Look for the hole that says "DC IN" sometimes it can be covered up by a rubber piece so its not noticeable or even near the battery or under a hard covered slot.

Hope this helps!

Julie

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I have a Jazz dv 151 and I kind of threw away accidently the instructions but i took the usb out and the other cord with it..now where do i charge the camera?What batterires should i use because the camera...


Buy RECHARGEABLES made especially for Digital cameras!!!! They last much longer. Recharge ONLY when they die, keep an extra set that are charged, and for charging camera, look for a hole that says "DC IN".

You can go to a place where they sell the cameras/video players or where you bought it and if you plead nicely, sometimes they will pull out instructions out of another box and copy them for you. Also, EBAY sells duplicates of many kinds of owner manuals.

Hope this helps...
Julie

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Im having problems with my sons v tech whiz kid learning system iv installed the cd but i get a balck screen with a notice saying problem with system requirments refer to the v tech manual


Sounds as if your Pc cant handle the requirements of the V-tech kids system,
If you have the box or manual look for System Requirements in index and compare them to your system settings on your pc.

Go to your My computer. And on the left pane their will be a thing that says system information
Check it out and compare notes.
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