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Viewing photos on my pc after setting up Digital Camera Driver disk

I have used the set up disk but I'm not sure what to do next. I am not able to view any photos at this point. I also tried to unplug the camera and remove the disk and then I tried just connecting the camera and clicking on the icon but still I didn't get any further.I don't recieve any instructions from the disk . What is the next step? Thank you for your time. I await your reply.

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I think you may find that after connecting the camera it simply appears a new "Drive" have a look in "My Computer" and see if a drive pop's up after you plug it in... if so then simply use Explorer as usual to manipulate files, ie: copy, cut, pate etc. Otherwise contact HP and ask for help.

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I cant load my pictures in my computer

If images cannot be imported automatically into the Windows PC, check [Precautions] below.



[Precautions]

- Temporarily terminate resident software such as antivirus software.

- Connect the AC adapter or load a fully charged battery into the digital camera.

- If RealPlayer 10 is installed, select "Tools" - "Preferences" and then disable "Automatic Services."



XXXen the digital camera is connected to the PC, if the FinePixViewer starts up and images in the digital camera are displayed, skip Steps 1 to 5 and start with Step 6.



1. Start up the PC and then connect the digital camera and PC using a USB cable.



2. The "USB MODE" setting of the digital camera may be set to "PC CAM."

Set "USB MODE" to "Card Reader" or "DSC."

*Only in the case of the digital cameras that have the "USB MODE" setting in the SETUP menu



3. Check whether or not any mark indicating the USB connection (USB, CARD READER, USB symbol with an arrow mark, etc.) is displayed on the LCD monitor of the digital camera.

If not, the digital camera and the PC are not connected properly. Check the following points.



a. Restart the PC, disconnect and connect the USB cable and then try again.

b. If the PC has multiple USB ports, connect the USB cable to another port and then try again.



If no mark indicating the USB connection is displayed even after performing above Steps (a) and (b), the digital camera or USB cable may have a problem.



4. Check whether or not "Removable Disk" is displayed in "My Computer." (For example, when the operating system is Windows XP, a FinePix icon in the shape of a digital camera is displayed.)

If "Removable Disk" is not displayed, install the USB driver again.



5. Automatic startup software (Exif Launcher) may not function properly.

Perform the following procedure.



[Windows XP]

a. Select "Start" - "My Computer."

b. Right-click the "FinePix" icon and then click "Properties."

c. Click the AutoPlay tab.

d. Click "Music files" and then select "Pictures" from the displayed list.

e. Select "Select an action to perform."

f. Select "Viewing images with FinePixViewer."

g. Click the "OK" button.



6. The Automatic Save Settings may be incorrect.



Specify the Automatic Save Settings again by following the procedure below.



a. Start up the FinePixViewer.

b. Select "Automatic Save Settings" in the "Settings" menu.

*If "*** not found" is displayed, click the "OK" button.

c. In the "Way of Saving" column, click the "Browse" button to specify the storage location.
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Installing Your Digital Camera Driver on Your Windows Computer To transfer digital camera photos to your computer, you need to install the camera's driveron your computer. You can install a driver fairly easily on a Windowscomputer, and that driver lets you access your digital camera photos onyour computer. To install the driver:
91394.image1.jpgenlarge.gif Enlarge1Choose Start→Control Panel→Printers and Other Hardware→Scanners and Cameras→Add an Imaging Device.The Scanner and Camera Installation Wizard opens with the Welcome screen, as shown in this figure.
91396.image3.jpgenlarge.gif Enlarge2Connect your camera or card reader to your computer (placing your camera in Connect mode, if necessary). You can probably connect your camera by using a USB cable, as this figure shows.
91398.image5.jpgenlarge.gif Enlarge3Select Automatic Port Detection in the wizard (see figure), then click Next.The Camera Selection window opens.
91400.image7.jpgenlarge.gif Enlarge4Select your digital camera make and model in the Camera Manufacturer and Model lists; then click Next.If your camera or card reader isn't listed,install the driver from the disk that came with your device. Place thedisk in the appropriate drive and click the Have Disk button. Thewizard walks you through the process.
5Turn your connected camera on. Click Next.The Installation Wizard now asks you to name your device.
91402.image9.jpgenlarge.gif Enlarge6Type a name for your camera or device. Click Next.Choose a name that makes sense to you, or the camera's make and model.
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connect the camera to the usb port of the pc. switch on camera and set for viewing review. Use windows picture manager or some other manager ( nero) and download the photos to a file of you choice.
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Two Possibilities:

1) There's no driver installed, or the installation failed. ( A notification will say so when you plug it in ). Be shure the driver is setup properly.

2) The setting on the camera is set to "WebCam" and not "USB Disk"

In the settings menu, (Not the photo menu) on the camera there will be a USB Function option; this sets the camera up to behave like a cardreader and set the plugged in camera as an aditoional disk drive.
The other setting for the USB Function is "Web Cam" or "Digital Camera"; this will set the plugged in camera to behave as a USB Web Camera accessable to tv tuners or other recording or chat software.

To test, open the "My Computer" display of available hard drives, Disc Drives, Floppy Drives, and Memory Card Drives, then plug in the camera into the USB connector. A USB signal sound will alert you and a new drive should appear on the My Computer list, that's the camera.

If you don't get a new drive, then unplug the USB connector and enter the Menu on the camera, look for a USB function menu and set it to Disk drive, or whatever is not Web Cam function.

Note: This is for PC, and not Apple type computers, but I'm shure an Apple computer would be similar.

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Not enough disk space with only 66 photos on the disk

Your camera is set at a high resolution and/or large megapixels. What size card are you using? Check your camera's settings (Fine, RAW or maybe Good, Better, Best). Also, check to see what megapixel setting your camera is using. My guess is you're using a 5MP or better settings with a FINE (or equivalent) setting -- and a 256Mb card. Am I close?
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