My finepix a600 is not recognized by my pc ant I plug any thing else in my usb and work just fine. I' ve tried to reinstall usb driver and fine pix viewer. tried to repair with tool on finepix cd and update every concern software.
so do you have any other idea???
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I'm curious....the camera came out in 2006....how did you buy a second one?...and more importantly, why? If something doesn't work, the first thing people do isn't to go out and buy another one. Anyway, from your description, the problem seems to lie with the cards, not the camera. All memory cards must be formatted (sometimes called "initialized") in the camera before use and regularly after downloading the pics to the computer. This erases the card and brings it back to original condition so download any pics you want to save using a separate cardreader if necessary and then, format/initialize them in the camera.Also, how old are these cards?....they don't last forever.
Make sure the camera is turned on, plug the USB cable into your PC first, then into the camera, wait for a beep from your PC to show it has recognized the hookup, then go to "My Computer" and look for the Fuji icon. Don't unplug the camera anytime the lights are flashing on it.
One way to solve these is to get a usb card reader. That will eliminate
problems with camera drivers, and programs to download from cameras.
Also, you can use a card reader for many cameras, and no need to use drivers for each camera.
You can edit and save files on cds or dvds after your editing. I do not
use camera drivers and programs any more unless I really have to. For
one thing, I have many cameras I am using and working on, and it does
not make sense any more to install software and drivers for every