How to troubleshoot a polaroid digital camera?

Posted By : Enyenihi of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 15, 2003

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I was given a polaroid digital camera for christmas. Trying to download the pictures is frustrating. I took camera, software and cords to work and everything works great in terms of accessing and communicating with the camera.

I have checked the com 1 port and it is hooked in correctly. I enabled com1 on the bios and in the win98 install hardware. The system check for com 1 (status) indicates no irq conflict and it is working properly. I have come to the end of ideas. Any input will be appreciated.

Bios- Award Bios

Camera- Polaroid Fun Flash 640

Thank you for your help.

lyle tyler

This question was answered on March 15, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Try this steps

1 Turn off your computer and any peripherals (scanner, printer).

2 Connect the serial cable to the serial port on your computer.

3 Connect the other end to the serial poert (digital) on the camera.

4 Connect one end of the AC adapter to the AC adapter connector (DC in 7V) on the camera.

5 Connect the other end of the cable to an AC power outlet.

6 Turn on your computer.

7 Turn on your camera.

8 Double-click the PhotoMAX icon your desktop to open the polaroid PhotoMAX image maker software.

9 Click get photo Click from album or camera Click download from camera.

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Posted by Enyenihi of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 15, 2003

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