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Unable to unload photos to computer


spuds
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I have a PNY 6in1 card reader installed on a computer with XP. The computer states that everything is running correct on the tests conducted with the device, but I cannot download any photographs to the computer.

In the past, I seemed to recall that XP had a program that photographs were able to download to. It could well be, that this program is no longer there?.

Would also mention that trying to download from a Praktica DPix 5200 digital camera direct to the computer doesn't work as well. The installation disk is installed, and appears in the XP programs ?.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Woolwell

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With a card in the reader can you open by browsing to it through My Computer? Does the reader show up in My Computer?

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spuds

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Woolwell

Just checked, and various slots for the card reader does show in My Computer. I was able to do a photo print-out, so alls fine there.

Sent an email to Praktica, because last time I had a similar problem of direct download from camera, they talked me through a procedure that doesn't show in the instruction manual.

Thanks for the help, very much appreciated. Will now tick as resolved.

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