When I plug the camera in it says the usb device could not be found.
Everything worked great and now it does this on every PC I try it on.
I tried to reload the usb drivers for it and it says they are not needed and won't let me go any further..............
I had this problem once before as well and can't remember the steps I did to get it working if it was anyting I did at all..........
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Re: PC won't recognize Lumix DMC-LZ2
TheThis may be a USB connector fault on the camera[a bent pin say]
The easiest and cheapest way is to get a USB card reader and stop using the camera this way.
I doubt if it is a repair option if it turns out to be a camera fault.
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The DMC-LZ2 is specified to work with SD cards, not SDHC cards. While SDHC cards are physically compatible with SD cards, they will not work in SD devices. SD cards will work in SDHC devices, but that doesn't help you any here.
It's a hardware incompatibility. No firmware update can get around it.
Does the PC pop up with anything when the camera is plugged in? if so, make sure the camera is in plyback mode and check windows explorer, under My computer, there should be a extra drive letter pop up. If not then the USB socket can become damaged easily (have a look). If the socket is damaged, then you can either get it repaired or buy a SD card reader. that stays connected to the PC through it's own USB cable, you take the SD card out of the camera and plug it in to the reader (this is a better and cheaper option) Cheers.