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is too old for Windows 7 operating system. This camera works only with Windows XP and Vista. Check Sony Support after some time (months) for any driver update, if Sony release it. Thanks.
In lesser digital camera chips, this is typically "vertical smear". It is especially apparent if there is a much brighter light source in the image. I.E., a street lamp on a dark street. I have used an early version of the Mavica and experienced this type of situation with that camera, so am assuming that this is typical throughout the Mavica model line. The work-sround is be particular about the lighting situations you shoot with the camera.
If you already tried to adjust brightness and it didn't work, problem is backlight inverter which is part of DC board or it might be fuse on DC board related to inverter. Anyways, camera needs to be serviced.
The biggest cause of not being able to read the disk is it hasn't been finalized. To use them anywhere else but in the camera the disk must be finalised first before removing it from the camera.
There have also been a number of faulty units which suffer from writing problems.
To review the picture just taken - seconds; to retrieve from the disk you have to finalize the disk which takes about a minute for a full disk, seconds for a partially filled disk. Then you just put it in your CD-drive and you can view them immediately. If you have Roxio with a CD-RW you may not have to finalize the disk first, and you always have the option to transfer pictures via the USB cable (same as with other digicams).
Bob: the Mac will never show what is on the disk.....and you don't hgave to finalize either.
Do you have Image Capture on your units? If so, all you need to do is connect the camera via USB cable to the computer. The program will come on automatically (the camera has to be on), you can choose to download some or all of the pictures to a folder of your choice.