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#1 kostom

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Posted 23 May 2010 - 11:01 AM

does anyone know where i can scanner and camera wizard for getting pictures off my camera ? I have a laptop Tosiba Winows 7 on it. but I don't like what it has for getting the pictures . you don't have a choice of which photos to pick which to transfer/download to your computer. it starts and transfers all the photos... i would like to pick my pictures ... something similar to the one that Windows XP has....



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Posted 23 May 2010 - 11:14 AM

Every camera I have used comes with some software for this purpose. There are a number of applications (free ones and I can't think of a one atm), but they are available. I have Nikon's software installed on my laptop and it allows me to view my pics and select the ones I want to D/L to the puter. Go to the web site of the manufacturer of your camera and see what they offer.

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Posted 23 May 2010 - 12:22 PM

i've got one to for my Canon called EXBrowser don't like it


Every camera I have used comes with some software for this purpose. There are a number of applications (free ones and I can't think of a one atm), but they are available. I have Nikon's software installed on my laptop and it allows me to view my pics and select the ones I want to D/L to the puter. Go to the web site of the manufacturer of your camera and see what they offer.



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Posted 24 May 2010 - 12:22 PM

What make and model is your camera?
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Posted 24 May 2010 - 12:30 PM

I never use the software that comes with the camera. I use a memory card reader and remove the memory card from the camera and plug it into the reader then it's treated as if it's another drive. I can then browse the folders and images and copy only those images I want to my hard drive and I can delete any images I don't want to keep.

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Posted 20 June 2010 - 04:25 AM

I'm with strollin. The software that came with my Kodak had lots of bells and whistles, but all I wanted to do was get the images onto my computer. Once on the computer I could use whatever program I wanted.

My camera uses SD cards. I got a USB card reader that looks like a fat empty flash drive and put the card in it, then I plug it in the computer. It shows up in "My Computer" as Drive F (usually -- I have two optical drives as D and E). I open it and then I use Windows Explorer to copy and paste the images into a new folder in My Pictures. Fast and easy.




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