XP doesn't see my pics on camera!



Dana Morris
07-09-2005, 09:56 PM
Hi! I need some help. Previously I could retrieve pics from my camera
without a problem. Now its a different story. XP Pro sees the drive but
does not see the pics inside the camera. Once the camera is hooked up to the
USB port detection is right away, autorun appears to be shorter than usual
and the window that says what program to use to view the pics doesn't appear
either. I have redone the camera's software and reinstalled the drivers.
Still no luck. Can someone help me out?
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Dana

Treeman
07-09-2005, 09:56 PM
Dana,
What do you use to view your pictures? If it's the fax & picture
viewer, try opening the files from there. (open application, search for
photos)
If you don't have an image viewer application other than the fax &
picture viewer, here is a link to a free one that many folks like;
'IrfanView' (http://www.irfanview.com/)
Best,
Treeman


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Dana Morris
07-09-2005, 09:56 PM
Hi Treeman,
Irfanview is what I prefer to use. I have XP Home at the house and XP Pro
here at work. At home I have no problem with seeing the pic files on my
camera with Irfanview. But something here at work has changed or something.
I hook my camera up, it creates a new drive but I can see the files in the
camera when I use Irfan, Exif or FinePix viewers. Any ideas what is wrong.
FujiFilm says they have been getting a lot of calls about this but says its a
Windows problem. Got any ideas for me?

"Treeman" wrote:

>
> Dana,
> What do you use to view your pictures? If it's the fax & picture
> viewer, try opening the files from there. (open application, search for
> photos)
> If you don't have an image viewer application other than the fax &
> picture viewer, here is a link to a free one that many folks like;
> 'IrfanView' (http://www.irfanview.com/)
> Best,
> Treeman
>
>
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Gregg Rivers [MSFT]
07-09-2005, 09:56 PM
Hello,

So it sounds like you can see the files on the camera in Windows, it's just
that you never get the Autorun dialog. Is that correct? If so, you should
verify your Autorun settings are correct for the camera. The following KB
article may help to get you into your Autorun settings.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;888022
Once you do that, if you still don't get the Autorun dialog when attaching
the camera, go to My Computer and open the removable media drive on the
camera and see if you can access the pictures that way.

Let us know how that goes.

Thanks,
Gregg Rivers [MSFT]

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"Dana Morris" <DanaMorris@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:762659ED-10C6-4A92-B107-E72080E40E00@microsoft.com...
> Hi Treeman,
> Irfanview is what I prefer to use. I have XP Home at the house and XP Pro
> here at work. At home I have no problem with seeing the pic files on my
> camera with Irfanview. But something here at work has changed or
> something.
> I hook my camera up, it creates a new drive but I can see the files in the
> camera when I use Irfan, Exif or FinePix viewers. Any ideas what is
> wrong.
> FujiFilm says they have been getting a lot of calls about this but says
> its a
> Windows problem. Got any ideas for me?
>
> "Treeman" wrote:
>
>>
>> Dana,
>> What do you use to view your pictures? If it's the fax & picture
>> viewer, try opening the files from there. (open application, search for
>> photos)
>> If you don't have an image viewer application other than the fax &
>> picture viewer, here is a link to a free one that many folks like;
>> 'IrfanView' (http://www.irfanview.com/)
>> Best,
>> Treeman
>>
>>
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Treeman
07-09-2005, 09:56 PM
"But something here at work has changed or something."
Bring doughnuts in for IT person at work. (Krispy Kreme works best)
Explain to him/her the problem.
It will be fixed shortly.
Best,
Treeman


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