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This should work. First check your Notebook to see if it is BlueTooth enabled. If not don't worry you'll need to buy a USB Dongle. (about $8.00 street value Check eBay.) Go to Control Panel >BlueTooth run the wizard. Enter code 6000 the code to recognize your Pogo. Normally the Pogo will accept a jpeg from your camera. If you intend to manipulate your jpeg in any way say with Photoshop - I mean crop or enhance - sharpen, hue, saturation changes you might not have any success. There seems to be very little technical info for the Pogo printer. Very poor of Polaroid such a well respected name. Colin
The PoGo can connect to a PC with Bluetooth only. Once you establish a Bluetooth connection with your PC, simply copy any JPEG file to the PoGo using Explorer. No printer driver is needed, just copy the file to the PoGo over the Bluetooth connection. If your PC doesn't have Bluetooth, you can buy a USB Bluetooth dongle for $5-$20.