Question about Samsung Cameras
I have taken a whole lot of pictures with my samsung es 80 camera, but i cant seem to move the pictures to my laptop computer, is there something i am not doing right? it does
Easiest way is to remove the media card from the camera and put it in a USB card reader attached to your laptop, which will then see the card as a new disk drive
Posted on Aug 14, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Once you have properly connected your camera to your computer, your computer will see your camera (connected and powered on) as a disk drive - most likely listed as "removable disk." Now that you know where to look to find the images, they can be viewed and/or downloaded in a variety of programs. Please visit our Learning Studio for specific step-by-step instructions (complete with examples and visuals) for further assistance in viewing/downloading images.
Posted on Aug 30, 2005
Please go to this link to download the driver for Samsung S630.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
Toshiba has a problem with the connector from the LCD to the board which breaks over time. You will need to replace it. Here is a sample of what the part looks like. You will need to specify your model.
This one is from a DELL, the one below is from a Toshiba. This went bad even though the client never used the notebook as a portable. It sat on a desk for years and was never moved.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: Samsung i70 problem
Yes, we had few situation with different digital cameras and professinal camcorders damaged in I/O port board due to power surge type damage. It is rare but depending on design of circuitry combination with laptop system. Due to the current present on usb port it is important to turn the camera off before unplugging the camera or any electronic devices. Remedy for the damage requires repair by technician. -James
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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