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1. The camera will be recognized as a USB mass storage device (if it is set to "STO" and not "PC"),
which means no special drivers are required for all operating systems later than Windows 98 (Me,
2000, XP.) Mac OS 9 and OSX are also compatible. If you have a PC running Windows 98,
you must install the driver found on the included CD-ROM BEFORE CONNECTING THE
2. If you have a computer OS as listed above that is USB mass storage compliant, a new disc icon will
appear in Windows Explorer (under “My Computer”) as a new “Removable Disc” after plugging in
the USB cable from the Imageview. Mac users will see the new disc device appear on their desktop.
Clicking on the new disc icon will show the contents, a folder named “DCIM.” The image folder
inside this contains your photos, stored as JPEGs (.jpg file format). They may then be opened,
edited, renamed and saved using any photo or graphics software that accepts .jpg files. If you do not
have software that will open .jpg files, you should install MGI Photosuite (Windows only) from the
included CD-ROM. See “Software Installation” for instructions.
3. After you have copied or opened and saved the photo files to your computers hard drive, you
may disconnect the Imageview camera (NEVER disconnect the camera while files are still being
transferred to your computer.) Before disconnecting, you should “eject” or stop the removable disc
representing the camera to avoid an error message (not necessary with Windows XP).
4. See the following pages for full step by step instructions to download your photos.