photos on windows 10

I have so far been unable to view the photos currently stored on my camera in windows 10. This was extremely easy with XP

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Re: photo's

- How did you do that in Windows XP?
- What happens if you try the same way now as you did then?
- What camera?

Just installing the same software in Windows 10 as you had done in Windows XP might be the solution. But that's difficult to say without knowing the details.


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photo viewing

I go into photos and choose the source K: DMZ- F27 and get the reply " we couldn't find anything new to import" try again

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Re: photo viewing

So that's not photo viewing, but photo importing. Quite something else.

Can you go to he K:\DCIM folder to view the photo's? Than you can copy them to your hard disk also. That's justs as effective as importing with another program until you found out why it doesn'

Did you already go to the Panasonic website to see if they have any software for Windows 10 to download. it wouldn't harm to install that. it might even help.


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photo viewing

Can't see anything on Panasonic site to download. Don't know how to get into K:/DCIM although I suspect this would work as I recognise pana 101 pana102 from XP

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- If k: is a drive-letter, what do you see on that drive in File Explorer?
- What are 'pana 101" and "pana102"? Those aren't on my XP machine. If it are folders on that drive (so on that camera) what is in them? it could be your pictures.


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Sorted! went into file explorer and K:/DCIM and that opened pana102 and pana103 - thanks very much!! I thought I could access camera through photos - silly really

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