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Assuming that you had old batteries: consider buying new ones on ebay. Find the battery model, and search for it there. I have had decent experience: for 1/10th of price of brand name batteries you can get generic ones. Some people argue that generic batteries endanger your device. Understand your risk.
When you get the new batteries, research about proper charging practices: battery life is shortened by number of charges, so allow them to drain fully.
Hi again -glad to read you can LOL in spite of being told the camera is going to consume more $ on batteries than you do on food! :)
-that was why I told you in the 'clarification' screen....verses the 'solution' screen....as most people do not take kindly to being told this type of info....so many 'experts' do NOT respond at all, so as not to risk a poor rank.. -unfortunately, from all approaches to your problem that I see...perhaps the best 'solution' is to 'cut your loses and do something creative with your camera...
-the only good news is that you you did not get a dud unit...as both the camera and the company appear to create universally instantly disposable products :( -a great # of other owners have the same position (see link below)
-so anyway, perhaps you would Rank my 'solution'...but please understand that anything other than a FIX-YA actually lowers my rank, so please do not 'shoot the messenger'...as I didn't design the system...nor the rank system, but please consider the impact of your rank...as I have spent some time trying to 'help ya!' .again....sorry about the news -here is the link: http://www0.epinions.com/reviews/pr-Apex_Digitrex_DSC-3500Z_Digital_Camera
No software required The Win computer should recognise the camera as an extra drive or even put up the Camara/Scammer Wizard. The only possible exception to this is if the camera in question is using internal memort Here you will have yo consult your manual or the menus to discover what to set.
You can Access all driver downloads for Digitrex Company from here : http://list.driverguide.com/list/company2305/index.html
But I uploaded the Digitrex dsc-3000 driver on rapidshare, here is the link: