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Polaroid PhotoMax PDC 4055 Digital Camera - Page 9 Questions & Answers
Need installation disc or download site for polaroid digital t730 camera
With all digital cameras the maker delivers a CD (DVD) with software to install on your computer. This makes it possible to put the pictures from the camera on any computer. On the disk(s) are drivers for all operating systems that need them. (Windows 7 and up do have all drivers for hardware that is certified by Microsoft) And there are programs to download the pictures from the camera to the PC. Sometimes the manufactures also delivers software to organise the pictures in folders and software to view or even enhance the pictures you shot.
When you lost the disk, most of the time you can get the software on the website for your brand. Sometimes you even get newer, updated software and new drivers if needed.
If you can't get software form your brand, you always can install other generic software like Ulead, Pixir, BeFunkey, Gimp, Photoshop express. Or if that is not possible you could install an external memory card reader and download the pictures via de memory card reader.
Does the Polaroid PDC 330 have a SD card?
This camera does not have a replaceable memory card.
When it still works after 15 years, you should be glad, if you still can connect it to a PC, because there won't be any drivers around for the modern operating systems.
Hi I have a polaroid ie826 and the screen says card error, i have tried several different cards and get the same message
It is not possible to reinitialize a new card without formatting correctly for the particular camera used. Most do it automatically when first installed using a computer and software that is supplied with the camera (some can run Start Up Initialization Routines themselves without a computer) so this indicates an error with Camera Start Up Routines or perhaps a poor connection with the cards to the camera. Since you have tried multiple cards, I suspect the problem is with the camera internal software or connections to the card.
Wet a Q-tip with a drop or two of rubbing alcohol and clean the contacts of both the card (gold strips on the edge) and in the camera if possible. Don't force anything though. It's delicate.
Reinstall the card in the card slot correctly and close the case.
If a disc or DVD came with the camera, use it to help set up. So, if you have the disc, a program will take care of everything for you if the camera is working properly and has sufficient power to the card.
Use new camera batteries as set-up takes more power than anything else.
If still not working, go to the Camera Manufacturers Website and check for a "Frequently Asked Questions" section where any problems are discussed for your camera.
Here is helpful link:
Polaroid Digital Camera Support ManualsOnline com
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