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Anonymous Posted on May 26, 2007

Can not find out why it is that the USB connection won't work

I have a Polaroid PhotoMax Fun! Flash 640SE Digital camera. I have not used it for a long time, but I decided to load the program again onto a different computer I have now. It's a HP Pavilion 790N, with Windows XP. At first it was the software, so I went to the Polaroid website and was told to download a patch, which I did. I then had no problem with the software. When I connect the cable to the camera and then to the USB port, none of the photos would upload. What can I do to get this camera to work with my competer?

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Is this camera and its software from the Win98 era? If so it is likely the software is not compatible with XP patch not with standing. Go to Start/Control Panel' Add/Remove software and remove the Polaroid software. Restart the computer. Now simply plug the camera in and go to my computer- XP will put the camera up as another drive You do not need software to upload images in XP.

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