Cannot see Sony Camera normal mode through a USB connection on an IBM laptop with WinXP OS, sp2.

Posted on 2007-10-15
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Cannot see Sony Camera normal mode through a USB connection on an IBM laptop with WinXP OS, sp2.
Question by:kmcloughlin
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This is unusual as XP usually has most of the Sony cameras built into its database. But if it's something new (camera) then just run the disc that came with it to load the drivers. If you don't have the disc, go to the Sony site and see if you can download it.

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Thanks very much, master... will proceed to download drivers from internet.
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fredshovel earned 500 total points
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<Thanks very much, master>
Cheers, please let us know your progress -- now if I could only perform like the real master blaster:

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