windows vista home premium and usb port

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by vid, Sep 11, 2007.

  1. vid

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    hi all running windows vista 32 bit..with all drivers installed and up
    to date.. However, using the usb post for hp photosmart 318 dcamera..
    was able to get pics off of camera b4.. now it wont copy the pics to
    computer and the popup for the picture transfer does not show up.
    Checked the drviers everything is up to date. Have rebooted the
    computer several times. In the taskbar the safely remove hardware icon
    is still there when I right click then properties all it shows is the
    c, d, drive and the icons for hitachi usb generic volumes cd, fghand j
    I believe for the card readers. There is no mention of a usb post
    holding a digital camera. When I first started it up to get pictures
    from camera all I seen was a xerox copier as the item showing.. Can
    anyone tell me how to get rid of this sign as there is nothing plugged
    in... the cord (plug) has been removed.. thanks for your help
    vid, Sep 11, 2007
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