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fred woods Posted on Jun 11, 2007

My computer will no longer recognize the camera

I never used to have this problem. When I connect the cable into the usb port to download my images, nothing happens. When I go under "My pictures" and attempt to choose my fuji fine pix 2800 to download my images, its not listed. I have tried numerous times to down load my fujifilm fine pix to my computer, but only the fujifilm 700 is listed. I even tried the CD rom but nothing works. This is a new problem. I would always work as soon as i plugged the camera into the USB port with no problems. I hope you can help.

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Mate I had the same thing happen to me, the problem is the batteries ...... sounds odd but it was for me at least. I have 4 rechargable batteries, if you remove the power lead while doing transfers and just let the batteries do the work ... all should be fine. Now why would this be a problem i dont know. Whatever it is, SOME batteries are not compatible when the power is plugged in. Check it out and let me know pls Albert, Brisbane [email protected]

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Maybe you need to add a software driver for your FinePix 2800, got a disk with the camera? Try loading (reloading?) the driver.

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