I connected up my camera to my pc (windows xp home ed) this morning and everything seemes to link up fine. I had to run a restart and after that, my camera just didn't want to connect to the pc properly. Initially it came up with the error "USB device not recognised" and since then it does one of two things -
either (when cord is plugged in and camera switched on) nothing happens on the pc and after a while the message "check connections" comes up on the camera display
or it'll show up in My Computer as a removable disk and open an explorer window but doesn't show any information. It show up the name of the device and everything and I can access the driver details which says that there's no problems. But obviously there is.
The memory disk is nearly full and I can browse the pics on the camera, so there is definately data there.
I'm hoping this is an issue with the cable - any other ideas? Is there a place I can download a new USB driver? Haven't been able to track anything down through google yet.
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Re: PC Connection problems
Simply disconnect the camera,
Restart the computer.
See what happens.
If no go
Do a restore to a day before the incident.
Come on back
Also if you have Casio software loaded -remove it - Windows can do with out that.
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If the cable is working fine then check the port on both camera and PC. on the camera maybe there's some dirt or lint stuck on the port try to clean it. On the PC might wanna try other ports usually the one at the back is recommended.
Mostly with these cameras you do not need driver (unless you use a USB cable) but like me you have firewire okay? so you should unplug your camera, turn your PC off for a min or two, plug camera in THEN yes THEN put your PC on, and the Win 7 will see your camera and loads setting it needs auto ok.
The IP address that you have is an automatic IP address the Windows generates. It basically means your computer is not getting an IP address from the router (DHCP). You should try powering everything off. Then, in this order, power on your modem, wait 30 seconds, then, power on your router, wait 30 seconds, then power on your computers...This should fix the problem since one computer is working already.
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Verify the setting via Manage accounts on your XP machine (the one the email client works on) in whatever email client you use on it and verify and edit if need be the setting in your Windows Live Mail on your Vista home Laptop.
You may acually have a bad battery. I'de suggest a new battery first, if it says it's charging. The other problem could be a open connection from the battery to the power supply on the board but I'de take a close look at the battery first. Good Luck