Question about Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera
We have not deleted the pictures...why would they be gone...dead battery?
The mistake I was making was trying to access the pictures from the USB port like I do with the SD card reader. It took me a couple of hours of trying to figure it out (felt real stupid!) All I had to do is open the downloader. So for anyone that's in my tech-not-so-savy catagory, try this: click on Start, then All programs, -DisneyPix2.2-DisneyPixMicroDownloader.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
The type of memory in the pix micro is called volatile RAM. Unlike flash memory that you find in thumb drives that do not require a charge to store data the volatile RAM needs a charge to hold anything. If you left the pictures on the camera the memory will be pulling a charge from the batteries constantly until the pictures are downloaded to your computer and then removed from the camera or until the battery dies or is removed. Replace the battery with a new and it should be fine. Just be sure you download the pictures to your computer and then delete them from the camera to maintain good battery life.
Also make sure you install the software on your computer before connecting the camera.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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