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Hi emoly try doing a search for a file type, in windows 7 type in the search box "type:jpeg" without the quotes. jpeg is a common type of picture, if you know that your camera saves as a different file type then use that. Hope this helps.
ok i had a garage sale this spring and i thought i threw the installation disk away with a number of web cams ect. that didnt sell. well apparently my mother grabbed the box of cams n disks and took it home .well in that box was my disk and she found it for me at her house.. so excellent work mom and my problems are solved .
heard of one mans garbage being anothers treasure but never thought my own garbage would fall into that catagory.haha
ps i never did find a driver online or any sort of support . its a good camera but it goes through the batteries pretty fast and if you lose your software its pretty much a paperweight.
We know that window 98 system cannot directly detect and play a new device that we attached to the computer, so the way is you can use your camera as you like, but when you need to transfer picture from camera to PC, remove the memory card and read it using Card Reader, if you don't have that device buy it, it's not expensive one, around USD 9$.
The simple solution to this problem is that no drivers are required. This camera is treated as a removable (secondary) drive just as if it was a USB thumb drive or external hard drive.
First go to settings on the camera by rotating the dial to the wrench icon.
Turn the camera on and select Set-Up 2
Your camera is now ready to use with your computer.
Now plug your camera into your computer and check under My Computer for the drive to show. You can now copy files over to your computer from the camera.
If the drive isn't showing you'll have to go into Disk Management to view it
Disk Management is under Administrartive Tools located in your Control Panel (or Start Menu if you have it set to show there)
Select Administrative Tools
On the left hand side click Disk Management (or on the right click Storage then Disk Management)
Finally you can now Right Click the cameras drive and chose Open