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We have a new computer and we need a disc for windows xp - this will enable us to put our pictures into our new computer - what do we do?

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  • flolen May 25, 2011

    ViviCam 3735 3x optical zoom 2X digital zoom serial #DD540124

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Hi,

Please let us know the brand and complete model number of the camera.

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Posted on May 25, 2011

  • AliTech110
    AliTech110 May 25, 2011

    Many thanks for the details.



    Unfortunately, the software for this model is not available for download. You will have to contact the manufacturer's customer support and check whether they can provide a replacement disk.



    Here are the contact details:

    Email: support@vivitar.com

    Phone US: 1-800-592-9541
    UK: 0-800-917-4831




    Alternatively, to transfer the pictures from your camera to your computer, you can use a memory card reader. (You can use your computer's built-in memory card reader, if it has one, or you can purchase an external memory card reader as shown in the attached image).
    To do this, kindly remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into a card reader. Connect the card reader to the USB port of your PC (if you are using an external card reader).



    Now, the memory card will be shown as a "Removable disk" in "My Computer". You can browse the images and copy the images to your computer.

    Hope this solves your problem. Thanks again.

    Phone US: 1-800-592-9541
    UK: 0-800-917-4831



    Alternatively, to transfer the pictures from your camera to your computer, you can use a memory card reader. (You can use your computer's built-in memory card reader, if it has one, or you can purchase an external memory card reader as shown in the attached image).
    To do this, kindly remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into a card reader. Connect the card reader to the USB port of your PC (if you are using an external card reader).

    Now, the memory card will be shown as a "Removable disk" in "My Computer". You can browse the images and copy the images to your computer.

    Hope this solves your problem. Thanks again.

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