Question about General Electric J1250 Digital Camera
Sometimes you dont have to use any kind of software. usually when the computer knows that something is plugged i.e a camera it automatically opens up a file option. of what to do when your computer reads the camera. one of the options is view files and folders. click on that and it will take you to another folder with all your pictures. now just open a file of where you want to pur all your pictures, click and drag. simple. if this file options message does not come up you can go to "My Computer" and an external hard drive symbol should pop up as the computer regognizes something was plugged in. just follow the steps by clicking the folder and you will soon enough see your pictures. again you can click and drag to wherever you want the pictures to be. you dont need a software, one it might slow your computer down a bit and 2 it takes up space.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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