Hi, I don´t know why but there are some images that I can see only in the camera, when I try to see them on pc a message says that there isn´t a preview. I try to open them with another programs but always appears some error message. When I see the images on the camera I can´t apply zoom and if I put the small view (zoom out) appears a "?" sign in the place of the photo.... please help me!!
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Re: Can't see the image in PC
It sounds like the images are corrupted. On many cameras, a camera-only preview is also stored alongside the image file, so the camera can quickly display the preview without having to spend time decoding the image file.
When you try to apply the zoom, the camera is actually trying to decode the image, which fails because it is corrupted.
This might be due to low battery (unlikely), or bad memory. You might try replacing your memory card.
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Just figured this one out. Man, they don't make it easy. I'm borrowing my roommate's PowerShot A510 and since it has a USB port going out, I'd assume I could simply connect the camera to my PC and access my images directly. Almost every other camera I've seen will register itself to Windows as a straight USB connection (prompting the Windows screen asking how you want to open the connection - 'open folder' etc). This one just sits dead quiet about things :)
If you've just bought this camera at a garage sale or are borrowing it or for whatever other reason do not have the "bundled" software and driver CD or have the camera's serial number, do not bother trying to find windows drivers or try to obtain any software from Canon. You won't get very far.
FINALLY found the solution in the User's Manual (which was free thank God). You can download the manual here: http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/digital_cameras/powershot_a_series/powershot_a510#BrochuresAndManuals (Select your operating system and download the "PowerShot A520/A510 Camera User Guide". File name is PSA520510CUG-EN.pdf)
In the User Guide, page 107 (I'll paraphrase): 1. Put camera in Play mode (the switch on the back (green arrow in green box) 2. Press Menu button (center one of the three along the bottom of the view screen) 3. In the 1st menu option (Play Menu, again green arrow in box highlighted), use the wheel button to scroll down to highlight "Transfer Order". Press Set (center of wheel). 4. You should now see "Transfer Order (DPOF) at the top of the screen and "Qty. of images 0". 5. Below "Qty of images 0" you'll see "Order", "Mark All", and "Reset". Order lets you select individual images; Mark All marks all current images for transfer; and Reset is reset. Press Set to choose.
Note: pressing the Menu button while selecting images brings you back to this main screen. If you are already at this main screen and you aren't ready to do your transfer yet, DON'T press the Menu button from this screen as it will initiate the transfer to your computer. Not a horrible thing, but might cause a mini freak-out.
7. Once you're selected the images you want to transfer, from the main Transfer Order window (now showing "Qty. of images" with a count of the images you selected), press the Menu button.
8. You'll see a white progress bar at the bottom of the screen. Don't worry! it's not deleting files or something bad.. (my first thoughts :) .. 9. Go to your PC and Voila! the Windows AutoPlay screen is now active! 10. Proceed with normal Windows USB operations (transferring at least, I didn't try any deletion).
I hope this helps somebody else out there who spent the last 3 hours trying to dig through internet hell to get this to work.
Atm, this is as much as I know so I probably don't have any good answers for any questions. Sorry :))
Hi there, please follow the step. Login on Yahoo Messenger then
1. Select Messages & Click Preferences. ( Mark 1 ). 2. Select webcam broadcast then click Camera Settings. ( Mark 2 ) 3. Deselect Image Flip. Make the box Empty. Don't " TICK " there. ( Mark 3 ) 4. Now Apply and OK.
I assume you are using Windows PC, Linux or Mac OS solutions are
different. There is a number of software you may want to try before
giving up, for instance
you may even find a free one for PC as well
A couple of things you can try: 1. Insert the Camera's USB cord to another USB port of your PC; 2. While disconnected from the PC, verify that the pictures are still inside the camera's memory; 3. Reset the camera (power on/off); 4. Check the camera's batteries; 5. Reboot your PC with the camera attached via the USB; 6. Remove the memory card from the camera and try uploading using a card reader; 7. Uninstall all instances of your USB in your PC's Device Manager, reboot and allow the PC to auto-detect and auto-install necessary drivers; and 8. Verify that the software/drivers for your camera are installed correctly with no yellow or red markings.
Hope this be of some help. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
If you took the images at 8MP or 5MP settings, then normally you have a high resolution picture, was the picture clear at the cameras LCD monitor? As you said its like low res in your PC, please check the image file size 8MP resolution will be approx. 3Mb size, if its about that figure, then the problem is in the camera, if the file size is about 500K maybe its in the camera settings, PC cant affect resolution, unless you only have VGA card and monitor, hope this will help, thanks