I can not upload my software on vista
You do not need software really
plug the camera in and It should be recognised as a new removable drive and Windows Scanner/Camera Wizard activates.
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
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Try plugging the camera into your usb port of the computer and then open up "My Computer" and you should see the camera listed in there and you can just double click on it and view the pictures and save where you want.
i now have windows vista and try as i might i cant get my camera to load my disc is for xp please help
You will not need any software
Vista can cope on its own.
Pics not transfering...
Make sure, that on the wheel at the top that the wrench symbol is the selected one...instead of in normal picture taking mode.
have you tried pressing the left arrow then press the down button when a little menu comes up in the corner?
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Pentax IqZoom 700 film camera E9 error shutter failure Hi,
I have a pentax iqzoom 700 that I'd like to repair myself but E9 appears on the lcd screen after inserting a new battery and powering on. Other posts mention this is a shutter failure. When turning on, the zoom lens extends and the outer shutter covering the outside of the lens opens. I've read tutorials that say you can sometimes fix a shutter error by causing a power outage during a shot and opening the battery door while taking a picture, but this isn't possible in my case because no shot is fired when the shutter is pressed, likely because the camera recognizes the shutter failure.
I've also watched videos on how to repair leaf shutters and mechanical shutters, but the manual for this camera states the shutter is an AE between-the-lens shutter so I have no idea how to disassemble and fix this sort of thing. Looking thru the lens both thru the front of the camera and in the film compartment on the other side show a dark covering behind the lens even while the outer shutter is open covering the outer lens, which I'm assuming is the between-the-lens shutter.
Ideally, I'd like to repair this myself, as there's nothing lost if I screw up and it's not worth it otherwise to take it for repair. I'm a complete novice with absolutely no prior knowledge of taking apart things, but I can follow directions so any suggestions or links to videos/tutorials would be very much appreciated Side note that I've searched the web extensively and have yet to find anything specific to repairing this camera model, and I'm not knowledgeable enough to adapt a tutorial for a different camera to this model
Thanks in advance!
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