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Unfortunately, the program that came with your camera is called the "Vivitar Experience Image Manager", and that program does not allow download to your computer - at least not directly. It's frustrating to have a storage application that will not allow transfer to your image folder on your computer. The only way I have found to save the images to the computer is to e-mail them to myself using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager e-mail feature (Hotmail or Gmail) or to post them to Facebook or other sharing website and download them from that site onto your hard-drive. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
You can use the RRT tool which will enable the task manager ,you can see the folder options this can be downloaded from http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/RRT-Remove-Ristrictions-Tool-Download-68926.html
There will be autorun.inf which will be present as hidden in your drive .in the folder options select show hidden files and folders and uncheck the option of Hide protected operating system filesby doing this you can view hidden autorun.inf and can delete it
& is now not even showing on my desktop along with imovie Sounds like your Camera is not mounting the first thing I would try is unplugging all USB devices if it USB or all Firewire devices if it is Firewire and try it.Try a different port.Try a different Cable.