We were trying to down load pictures to our PC and were having trouble. So we tried to re-install the disk and discovered that the disk is full of scratches and can't be used. We are looking to get another disk. Can we get it from you? If you can send me a new one my snail-mail address is
7 Echo Lodge road
South Brookfield , Nova Scotia
Thank you for your help.
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Re: picture down load
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.
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Try reformatting your computer 'coz maybe your operating system is corrupted. If your afraid to lose your files, use different hard disk to install your new Operating System, then after installation,, copy all the files from the old hard disk to your new one by connecting it both to your computer and selecting your new OS in boot menu to start.
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;
When you turn it on, does it initially show a "splash" screen (a picture) ?
Does it initially show any information, such as the amount of RAM installed,
or any "press <blah> to enter SETUP" message?
If not, then the motherboard has a problem.
If it does display the above, then it will try to load Windows from your disk-drive.
If the disk-drive is not connected, or it has "died", then Windows cannot be loaded,
and all you'll see is a blinking white "underscore".
If Windows does start to load, and you see the mouse-arrow pointer, then Windows is loading, at least partially.
Take your computer to a qualified technician at a computer-store, for thorough trouble-shooting & repair.
Yes, check the Device Manager and verify that the drivers for the camera is installed as well as the camera itself. If not, then reinstall the driver from the disk which came with the camera. If you don't have the disk, go to the manufacturers website of the camera and download the driver - then install it.
I have the original install disk for Telefunken TDC-3000.
It has the drivers for Windows 98/2000/Me/XP.
Compressed, it is about 11 M. Nero disk Image about 18 M.
The CD itself is 15.2 M.
The compressed version is self extracting.
If you are able to accept an Email of that size, I can send it to you.
The Coby DP-887 does not have built in memory so one cannot "load" pictures onto it. It is a viewer in every sense of the word. If you load pictures on a flash drive or memoory stick and plug that into the Coby DP-887 then you'll be able to view pictures or video.