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Re: Usb connection in pic
Do not use Picture Gear Lite to open your pictures. If you have Windows 98 and have installed the drivers from your CD supplied with the camera then open the pictures from your Windows Explorer. When you hook up the USB cable to your 505 from the PC then turn on the cameras power. At that point you will have a new drive letter appear in Windows Explorer. That is if your drivers are installed correctly. Once you see the new drive letter appear, just open files from it just as you would if you were doing so from a floppy disk. Copy/Paste or what ever. Go on and give it a shot! Have fun.............
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Connect your usb cable to your laptop and a popup dialog box should appear asking what you want to do with the device, choose open folder to view files. If a popup does not appear go to Computer or My Computer and you should see the phone as a storage device, double click it and you should see all kinds of folders in there. You are concerned with pics so focus your attention on a folder named DCIM...
Navigate to DCIM and open that folder, this is the folder that contains your pictures. Press the control (CTRL) key and select the pictures you want by left clicking each picture one time or go to the top of the DCIM folder and click EDIT > Select All, once the pics are highlighted make sure your mouse cursor is over any one of the highlighted pics right click the mouse and select copy or cut, (cut will remove the pics from the phone , copy will do just that, copy), navigate to where you want to put the pics and open that folder, right click on an open area within that folder and left click Paste from the popup menu.
Apparently whatever program you're using to download is set to download only videos, not pictures.The best way to download pictures and videos from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures and videos from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo/video cataloging program, such as Picasa.
Because I run Linux on my computer I could not run the software that came with my KC910. I was able to transfer my pictures using a bluetooth connection but it seemed to take forever. I purchased a bluetooth connection device that just plugs into a USB port. What I do that works fine for me is to place my pictures on the SIM card and transfer them that way. Just get a USB SIM card reader and plug it into your computer. It will act just like another device and you can copy, edit or do whatever from there. Hope this helps.
Very simple, connect the two devices by the USB cable usually supplied with the phone. Then once the two devices are ready to talk to each other via the phone driver. You should be ready to transfer/ import pictures to device. Save them in an Appropriate file, you can name it what you like. (Holiday pics, Night out, or Wedding etc)
It would take atleast 4 times longer compared to USB. (maybe looking at upwards of 10X slower) I've got the F55 and suggest buying the floppy disk adapter, its only $60 or so and will speed up the xfer considerably. I would say 4times faster.
Had the serial port working before? If not, try this, disable the infered port and click start choose IBM Thinkpad 760 open it and locate the com1 (serial) and enable it. It should work fine.
I don't know if I'll be much help, but I own a Dell also. I have an older Dell, it's a Pentium II 300 XPSD3000. When I first installed the driver, it recognized the camera and I was able to copy the images off of it. But when I unplugged the USB cable, or turn the camera off, my computer froze. After trying everything, I resorted to fromatting my drive and reinstalled Windows 98. Everything works great now! No more freezing after I remove the USB cable, or turn the camera off. I also use a Dell at work. It's a Pentium II 450 and it seems to work fine with the camera.
I'm not suggesting you format your hard drive and start over, but if it's your last resort, you might want to try it. Get some help if you're uneasy about doing it.
First you should try these steps though:
1. Remove the USB drivers you had previously installed.
2. Take at least one picture with your camera.
3. Connect the USB cable to the computer and your camera (with the camera turned off).
4. Put the driver cd in the cd-rom and turn the camera on.
The computer should detect a new device and ask for drivers.