1. Always use an AC adapter when downloading directly to a computer.
2. Check with the camera manufacturer (try its Web site) to make sure you have the latest version of the necessary software drivers.
3. If your camera connects via a serial (COM) port, check for serial-port conflicts.
4. If you're using a FireWire cable to connect to the computer, turn the computer on, turn the camera on and then connect the cable between the two. Don't turn off the camera while the cable is still attached.
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The camcorder has an extirely separate storage compartments functioning as an entity of its own. Capture the pictures or videos to be stored on the cameras builtin hard disk. Once the shoots acquired are ready to be transmitted into the computer require USB cables provided with the camera at acquisition. An unavailble USb cable is acquirable from retail to achieve the link for transfer to take place. Plugging the camera to the computer with cables provided should produce transfer results. The computer always request to transfer what has been acquire in the cameras disk. A permittion response usually a click of button would require naming the photos or videos about to be imported into the computer. provide a name to the transfer media and also choose from the pop up menu automatically displayed an area on the computer. For example, the computers pictures or briefcase allows to store similar files easily retrievable with computers that have several data files or disk storage media.
Most definately. A Memory card is treated just like an external hard drive. Just insert the Card into your PC if you have an adapter. Then drag and drop. Its that easy. The problem is will your camera recognize the picture? I have done this many times on different cameras and find that in most cases the newer cameras have no trouble reading the pictures...
Windows: Try going to MY COMPUTER, and see if the camera is listed there. If it is, then double-click it, and open the sub-folder containing pictures. Then drag and drop them to another folder. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Linux: The camera should appear on the desktop as: ***media. Double-click it, now the sub-folders containing pictures should open.
Try and install the HP software again. Uninstall the software first and reboot the pc. Then reinstall software. The memory chip maybe have currupt pictures, so format the chip using the camera. You manual should tell you how to do this.
Turn the camera on and let the battery run all the way down. This may take some time, maybe a day. Then charge it back up for a day. I hope this helps you out. Let me know.
Sometimes writing it down helps ;]
Uninstall, and reinstall with camera disconnected. Some devices need to be out when installing their software, some need to be plugged in, on some it doesn't matter.
If you're still having problems check if the USB works with other devices, maybe you need to reintall the USB drivers, or maybe its just broken.
Post back if stuck, we'll figure something out ;]
To delete photos from the SmartMedia memory card in your camera, you must first download them to your computer.
Follow this procedure to transfer your photos from the camera to your computer:
1. Make sure that your PDC 640 is connected to your computer and both are turned on. The "PC" icon should appear on the status panel on the top of the camera.
2. Open the PhotoMAX application on your PC.
3. Click Get Photo.
Note: If you are using PhotoMAX Pro to transfer pictures, you need to select PDC 640 Camera from the Select Source dialog box (select File > Acquire > Select Source), and then select File > Acquire.
4. Click Album or flashPath.
5. Select the album in which you want to save your images, or click New Album to create a new album.
6. Click Camera or Scanner.
7. Select PDC 640 from the Sources list on the Select Source window, and then click Select. The PDC 640 Twain Driver window opens.
8. Click Get All to transfer all the images in the camera memory to your computer, or select the images you want to transfer to your computer and click Get Selected.
The images are transferred to the selected album, which is located in the PhotoMAX Albums folder. The PDC 640 Twain Driver window closes.
9. To edit a picture, double-click the image in the album that you want. The image appears in the image tray.