Downloading pictures to computer

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  1. Posts : 3
    windows 10
       #11

    I have the same problem. When I insert the Sd card, I get this error: the system cannot find the path specified
    No one I've asked knows how to fix it.
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  2. Posts : 24
    windows 10 10240
       #12

    vickiray said:
    The camera is a Panasonic digital DMC-ZS8 I am connecting with a cable from camera to computer When checking the computer recognizes the camera but the camera does not give me the optician to transfer pics to the computer. Always worked before downloading windows 10

    When you go to settings--devices and autoplay. Whats in the memory card section? You should have import photos and videos(photos) selected
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  3. Posts : 7
    Windows 10
       #13

    Thanks for all the advice so far.
    As far as I can determine, Windows 10 or at least MY windows 10 does not see or recognize the DCIM folder. It sees the camera. It sees the card but after opening the camera icon... all is blank. It does not see the DCIM folder and then the Fuji folders in the DCIM folder. Properties on the card shows there is an amount of data written to the card but it cannot see what it is.
    How do I get windows ten to see or recognize the DCIM folder...? In Windows 7 there's something that can see and recognize a DCIM folder. That is what I need in Windows 10.
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  4. Posts : 4,439
    Win 11 Pro 22000.652
       #14

    Caitlin said:
    Thanks for all the advice so far.
    As far as I can determine, Windows 10 or at least MY windows 10 does not see or recognize the DCIM folder. It sees the camera. It sees the card but after opening the camera icon... all is blank. It does not see the DCIM folder and then the Fuji folders in the DCIM folder. Properties on the card shows there is an amount of data written to the card but it cannot see what it is.
    How do I get windows ten to see or recognize the DCIM folder...? In Windows 7 there's something that can see and recognize a DCIM folder. That is what I need in Windows 10.
    It's not a feature that's missing in 10. Other cameras can be connected to Windows 10 PCs and they will work as before. (My Canon T3i, for example.)

    If you need it immediately, you have two choices: revert to 7, or use a card reader to get the information off your camera's memory card.

    It's possible that a Windows update could fix this. It's also possible that your camera manufacturer could issue a firmware update that fixes it. Both seem unlikely to me.
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