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The Wolverine Data Pass-200 portable scanner uses a micro-sd or sdhc memory card to store scans. After you scan something, you can remove the memory card and plug it into a memory card reader connected to your computer and view/download the scans.
Alternately, you can connect the Pass-200 scanner to your computer via a USB cable and access the scans like you would with a digital camera. Look for a new removable storage drive to appear on your computer once you connect the Pass-200. On the new drive, look for a DCIM folder and 100DEDIA folder for the scans.
As far as I can determine, the Pass-200 does not conform to any scanner interface or API standards such as Scanner Access Now Easy (SANE),TWAIN, Windows Image Acquisition (WIA), Image and Scanner Interface Specification (ISIS) so there is no driver or software to install to scan using the computer.
You can connect camcorder with Acer Aspire using a USB port and cable.
But this interface only allows transfer of still images from the SD card on the camera. It will not allow video images to be transferred from the tape.
Some models of Acer also have flywire interface (IEEE1394) and also SD card reader. You can use these also to download video images from the camcorder.
You don't say what type of connection you are trying to use. This type of camera usually downloads better with a Firewire (DV) connection. Some mini-DV cameras only use the USB connection (if they have one) for stills and can only download video by Firewire. This is because you have to play the tape into the computer, not just copy a file. The way it works on my computer, the camera is controlled by the computer software through the Firewire cable. Confusingly, Sony call Firewire "i.Link".
Most PCs have a USB port, but no Firewire port. Macs often have a Firewire port but may not have USB. As most Windows PCs do not come with this interface, you might need to fit an add-on Firewire interface card. This will come with a driver for the card. If you have a MAC, you may already have a port.
Suitable Firewire (DV) cables can easily be found on Amazon or eBay. You will need the kind with a small (four pin) connector at one end and a larger (six pin) connector at the other. My camera came with the correct lead.
This type of camera usually downloads better with a Firewire connection. Some mini-DV cameras only use the USB connection (if they have one) for stills and can only download video by Firewire. This is because you have to play the tape into the computer, not just copy a file. The way it works on my computer, the camera is controlled by the computer software through the Firewire cable.
Most PCs have a USB port, but no Firewire port. Macs often have a Firewire port but may not have USB. As your Dell Windows PC did not come with this interface, you need to fit an add-on Firewire interface card to the internal expansion bus (PCI). This will come with a driver for the card. You can buy one of these cheaply on eBay or Amazon.
Hey ikpoole, What you need to do to transfer your images to your computer is first make sure you have installed the software that came with the camera on your computer. Make sure the camera is off and connect your camera to the computer using the USB cord that came with the camera. Turn the camera on and your computer should detect the camera and ask you what program you want to use to download your images, and select the EOS Utility. Your images should now download to your computer. Another way to download your images would be to use a card reader that supports your type of memory card and plugs directly into a USB port. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
The camera uses a high speed connection to retrieve images and sounds. Simply connect the serial cable to the camera and PC, and the images and voice messages from the camera's internal memory or optional SmartMedia card are transferred to the computer at up to 115 Kbps. User's can also use an optional 3.3V SSFDC or SmartMedia card adapters to transfer the images directly from a SmartMedia adapter interface to their computer's hard disk drive. Also in development is a 3.5" diskette drive adapter for users to retrieve images directly from their diskette drive to their computer's hard drive.
A digital video camera may be connected to a computer using an optional OHCI compatible, digital video capture kit available commercially.
These kits must be capable of using the IEEE1394 (FireWire) interface to enable you to import digital video signal and still images into your computer.
For those models equipped with a separate USB port, the camcorder may also be connected to a computer via its mini-B USB port, for downloading still images recorded on the SD/MMC card.