You forgot to give us one little piece of information:
The camera manufacturer.
If you happen to be referring to Kodak, there are a lot of people scratching their heads over their software.
The last time I looked at one of their updates, it had a list of things to remove from your system. Leftover junk from previous versions.
That is scary....
If you are referring to Kodak, I suggest you get yourself a card reader and forget about Kodak software. You only need their software to download photos. A card reader can do that... quick and simple.
If you are referring to a different camera manufacture, let us know who it is.
Don't keep us in suspenders.
When I bought my digital camera a little over 4 years ago, I loved the software. When the program quit working properly about a year ago, I contacted the manufacturer, was told I needed new drivers, and linked me to the download page. With the dowmload came an upgrade of the software, which I do not like nearly as much as the original...
I tried a couple of clean uninstalls of the new, then re-installs of the old, but the old did not work. I do not understand why.
My son has exactly the same make and model# PC (WMe) as mine, and his "old" worked fine. He just bought a new PC running XP, installed the software, and it works beautifully.
I am presently in the market for a new machine. I would love to use my old camera software. Apparently it will work if I opt for XP.
But still puzzed why it doesn't work on my present PC.
80 GB HD
IE Explorer 6.xxx
Norton Internet Security 2004
48x Max Variable CD ROM
Soundblaster 64v PCI card
My operating system: