I'm having trouble transfering the pics from my camera to
thecomputer.It has never happened before. I have connected the camera
tothe USBopening like always, the camera is on, but it doesn't show up
inmycomputer. The only thing I notice that is different from before
isthatthe camera screen this time is not blank like before. When
thecamerais turned on and connected to the computer, it is ready to go
andbeused. What should I do? I really need to upload these
photos.Pleaseemail me at [email protected] with a solution
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Hi, The best way, removing the memory card from thecamera and plugging it into a card reader. (Either you connected via USB orFireWire and won't run down your camera's batteries.)It will be faster than connecting the camera to the computer. Once the cardis plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. Now youcan get copy paste facility. You can easily copy pictures from the card to thecomputer's hard drive.
Your camera is not numbering the photos sequentially. It is starting over and thus, some of the pics have the same numbers. You may have to use a card reader to drag and drop the pics to a folder you create on your desktop and then rename the ones with duplicate numbers.
To try to get your camera working properly again, go into the menu and find "reset" and follow the on-screen instructions.
It sounds like jpeg file corruption. What do the pictures look like on the camera's screen?
If they look OK, try using a card reader to transfer the pictures and not the camera. do they transfer OK now? If not then the card may have a problem OR there is a problem with the USB on the computer that is causing it.
If they look wrong on the camera then it's possibly the card at fault.
What I would do is download what pictures you can and then give up on the others and reformat the card in the camera. That will clear the card as if it as brand new. Take some more pictures and see if you can transfer them successfully.
I've had a card fail (so far only 1) and it's really annoying, reformatting didn't help either, it was still faulty!
There is always the possibility that the camera is at fault! I hope not.
Try shooting some pictures in RAW format instead of jpeg and see what happens then.
yes i think u all are having problems in fuji fine pix viewer i think this peace of software is not updated with vista OS so nothing to worry just try alternate source to do this
just connect usb cable supplied with camera and connect ur camera it
will show up as a removable disk in my computer open it up and download
the pics if u have trouble doing it , first check if ur camera is set
to PC = webcam mode and other mode icon means file transfer mode u need
to select this mode from menu>setup>usb mode and then go download
the pics on pc as described no need for drivers
if u have trouble i can arrange for pics to do that with a diagram if anything else i can help
it is very simple when u connect ur camera to pc through data cabel u seen dat dere is some driver automatically u need not ny software to connect to ur pc... if u r using windows xp.... when u connect it automatically ask u to copy images...... if it not ask then u hv to transfer ur picture through cardreader... connect cardreader wid pc n copy all pics.. but it can be used to transfer only ur memorycard pictures..
Have you taken new pictures with the device, or are these already possibly transferred to your system/PC? If they are already on your PC, it will not add them again (to save you space). If you chose transfer all, what do you get as a result? Check the log for help.