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The pictures transfer to the computer very slowly. Is there anything I can do?

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Re: The pictures transfer to the computer very slowly. Is...

If your system has less than 16MB RAM, the transfer speed may be slow. For Windows 3.1 and 3.11 try using virtual memory. Also check the port settings in your Windows Control panel. You may need to set your port to a faster speed.

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I do not have the installer cd for the dxg 328 and can not install the driver or anything so am unable to import my pics.


Hi ,


don,t worry,

it is not so important . and very easy you can transfer your picture from camera to computer.

you need only a ram reader .

you can insert the camera ram in to the ram reader and transfer all of your pictures from

ram to your computer.

don,t worry


good luck


gorbesia

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