downloading photos

  hawker67 06:56 04 Nov 2007

i am having difficulties sending photos from my digital camera to my pc..all i used to do was connect the camera to the pc and then click on import pictures which would auto when i connect them when the window appears to click on import it is blank..what can i do or have my kids moved the program somehow..please help

  FatboySlim71 08:30 04 Nov 2007

The easiest way I have found to transfer pictures from my digital camera, is to purchase a card reader, basically with this, you remove the card out of the camera and insert it into the card reader. I purchased the below card reader to replace my Sandisc card reader which for some reason wouldn't read my new Sandisc memory card? I can highly recommend the below card reader, it works flawlessly.

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  mymate 10:17 04 Nov 2007

You could always try this program

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Plug your camera into the computer and see if Picasa finds the pictures from your camera .

FatboySlim71 is right you need a card reader. If you look on the internet there are some really cheap ones about .

  hawker67 03:46 05 Nov 2007

im still having trouble with my photos..after searching my com...there is a c , d , e drive but no device(camera)is present..all my cords seem ok so i need a little more help,,i never used a card reader before so i dont think that has anything to do with the problem... it always used to be an auto process!!!!i apologise too for putting this in my response section

  Bagsey 10:23 05 Nov 2007

If you have a fair idea when this trouble started and are using XP then I suggest that you do a system restore to a time before the problem started. There is a good chance that that will clear your problem.

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