I tried to load the above software disk for the new camera, I was interrupted and discontinued installation. Part of the software was installed. When i went back to the beginning to install again from the start, it wold stop at 'photostitch' and would not load anymore. I tried to delete all that had installed off my computer and rebooted. Again the same thing happens!! AHHHHH!!
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Re: solution disk software loading
Well the best thing to do is to delete all the software. Then Put the disk back in the box
Windows will do all you need without it.
Extra software for tasks like photo-stitch[Panorama] are all freely available on the web
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Please see that all software is functioning fine; Remove any spy ware viruses and memory consuming programms from your system and see that installation of drivers is proper and your system is recognising the camera;
Did you try uploading using a firewire card and firewire cable? It is an alternative to USB and is the most preferred way of transferring video from the camcorder these days. Also did you try uploading the video using windows movie maker? COnnect your camcorder to your computer and press the capture from camera option to capture the video on your camcorder to your computer. If you have already tried everything then the simplest way to transfer is to remove the 1.5" hard drive connect it to your computer(your computer should have SATA connector), transfer the video and put the hard drive back into the camcorder. Might sound crazy but its a very effective way considering the fact that it is quite easy to remove the hard disk from most camcorders.
Insert the supplied Recovery CD's that came with your new laptop, and let it boot from the CD's. This will prompt you along the way to completely wipe your disk and pretty much start over... which is what you were doing anyway. =-]
If your computer is Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista you will not need a disk or its software for this function.
Simply plug the camera into a USB port. make sure the camera is on ans set to upload-and Windows will put up the Camera/Scanner Wizard
Simply direct the images to a suitable folder.