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Re: downloading my camera
Did you record on a disk or on tape? When you purchased this product, were you able to download the software for this camera? Did it come with a USB cord?
If you are using a disk, just take the disk out and put it into the computer and look for that drive thru the "My Computer" icon.. From here it lists all the places that you can connect items to your computer along with the hard drives. It will usually show up in a slot that is labeled with a letter higher than F.
Once you find this open it and it should show your files, then you can select the files to be copied or moved to a file on your hard drive, i.e. My Photo's.
If you video taped and you want to download the images, you have to make sure that you have installed the software that came with the camera, and then attach the USB cord, and the computer will recognize it and then you can go from there..
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You are putting pressure on me that I can not control. Did you download these pictures to the computer "hard drive"? Have you downloaded pictures from this camera to the computer before using this memory card? Are you using the camera to transport the pictures or do you have a card reader?
First step is to secure those pictures from loss and that's by downloading them to the computer and saving them in a file folder with a name you are going to remember. Baby's name perhaps.
You must have the camera software installed first before download Download the pictures first the rest is easy.
Have you installed your camera's software into the computer? Sometimes if you use that program it works. Also if you have the software their website has upgrades that might help. You could also try downloading them to Picasa or photoshop. Just throwing in my 2 cents worth.
Here is the driver from Polaroid's website for your camera. i633 Driver It should allow you to download pictures from your camera.
Also, incase you need it, here's a link for the user manual. User Guide (English)It should describe in greater detail how to download your pictures.
I worked with the camera until I tried every possible combination of settings. Once I set the camera back to video instead of camera function and plugged it into the computer then it gave me a reading of Mass Storage and downloaded the 64 pictures I had taken and offered me the chance to save to a folder! Stella
If there is no sound, try to download remote service driver in SamsungCameraUSA.com.
Follow this steps in downloading pictures to PC:
- Connect camera in the USB port located in the back part of your CPU if you are using a desktop computer
- Turn camera on and select Computer
- Go to My Computer
- Look for Removable Disk folder and click on it
- Then, click DCIM folder
- Then, Click 100SSCAM
Dont forget to copy and paste your pictures in a separate folder.