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How to delete pics on camera after downloading onto computer

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You can delete the pictures from the camera by clicking the Delete button in the Pix Micro Downloader after you have transferred them to your computer. Or you can press the delete button on the camera and hold it for 5 seconds or just remove the battery.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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We do not have the cd for the computer


Hi,
The software can be downloaded from this link: http://digiblue.com/customer-service/downloads/
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Apr 02, 2010 | Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera

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Drivers for mac


Unfortunately Disney has made the Pix Micro Digital Camera's only Windows2000, XP & Vista Compatible.

Here is the system requirements take from Disney's website for their Pix Micro Digital Cameras

System Requirements:
  • Windows 2000, XP: 300 MHz or faster processor, 128 MB of RAM
  • Windows Vista: 800 MHz or faster processor
  • 300 MB free hard disk space
  • USB Port
Out of all of the feature Pix Micro Cameras they feature on their website, not one supports the Mac OS X system platform.

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Dec 03, 2009 | Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera

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I'm using OS Vista, I found if I right click on the program (Start, Programs, Disney Pix 2.2,) , right click on "pix loader program" icon and click on "run as administrator", It works fine.

Jan 30, 2009 | Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera

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I downloaded the pictures and they all turned out black.


hi , transfer your pic in the movie maker , i know you can retuch them , make it brihter,if you cant, just buy magix movie pro 12 good programme and cheap too yvon chow !!!

Jan 02, 2009 | Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera

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Aug 16, 2008 | Disney PC1310 TVD TV

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Can not install software


i have had this problem with my camera and this is what the manufacter emailed me back
Hi,
Thank you for your interest in Digital Blue. Please unplug the camera from your computer and follow the steps below.
  1. Open the Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories. Right-click on 'Command Prompt' and select "Run As Administrator...".
  2. This will bring up a window saying 'Windows needs your permission to continue', please click on the 'Continue' button.
  3. When the DOS window opens, type in (without the quotes):
    'cd c:\windows\system32'
  4. The above should change the command prompt to C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32:.
  5. Now, type in (without the quotes): 'regsvr32 vbscript.dll'
    (dll = dynamic link library)
  6. You should see a window pop up stating 'DllRegisterServer in vbscript.dll succeeded.'
  7. Please insert the software CD with version 2.2.0 into your CD/DVD-ROM drive.
  8. This will bring up the auto-play for the install, please follow the prompts to go through the installation.
  9. The install consists of three different software packages, you should see the Pix 2.2, Pix Loader or Pix Micro Downloader, and the DB CIF Cam being installed.
  10. If you receive an error after the Pix 2.2 install, you will need to download the drivers and Downloader program from our website at http://digiblue.com/customer-service/downloads/index.html You will need to select the 'Disney Pix Micro Downloader' and 'Disney Pix Micro Drivers for WIN Vista'.
  11. Once you have installed the drivers and downloader program you will be asked to restart your computer. After the computer has been restarted, plug the camera into the USB port and look to see that the computer says the drivers have been installed.
  12. Open the Pix Loader or Disney Pix Micro Downloader from your Desktop or from the All Programs list and click on the Download button. If you have a 'Pixel Up' window pop up, click OK, and wait for the download to finish. A 'Delete' button will come up on the Downloader program which will indicate the download has been completed.
  13. You can view the photos by going to 'My Pictures' > 'My Snapshots' or using the Pix 2.2 editing software.

May 14, 2008 | Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera

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You can get it here...
http://store.digiblue.com/Disney_Pix_Micro_Software_CD_p/cd-disney-pix-micro.htm

Mar 13, 2008 | Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera

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I need to download a manual'


Hi,

You can download the manual from here.

Dec 26, 2007 | Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera

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