Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product BB10768-301(1) FujiFilm
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BB10768-301(1) Quick Start Guide Thank you for purchasing these FUJIFILM products. This Quick Start Guide provides you with a simple summary of how connect your PC and camera via the USB ports and how to install the software provided in this package on your personal computer (PC).
3 2 IMPOR T ANT Be sure to read this page before using the Software. Please note that this Guide is written on the assumption that you already have a basic understanding of how to use your PC (personal computer), Windows and Macintosh.
5 Windows 4 Introduction Software Over view This section briefly describes the software programs provided on the enclosed CD-ROM. USB Mass Storage Driver The USB Mass Storage Driver (USB Driver) software makes it possible for a digital camera to operate as a USB-connected card reader.
7 Windows 6 Installing the Software This section describes the setup procedure for using the USB Driver on Windows. 1. Switch on your PC and start up Windows. (If you are using Windows 2000 Professional, log on as an Administrator group.) 2. Double-click “My Computer”.
9 Windows 8 9. Select the USBDRVWIN98 folder on the CD-ROM drive, click the [OK] button, and then click [Next >]. in the “Add New Hardware Wizard” dialog box. When there is a plus mark “ ” to the left of the Utilities folder, clicking the “ ” to the left of the folder name opens the folder and shows the folders inside.
11 Windows 6. The “Found New Hardware Wizard” window opens. Click the [Next >] button. If this Wizard doesn’t appear, update the USB driver (See P.20). 7. Select “Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)” and then click [Next >].
13 Windows 12 Installing the Enclosed Applications 1. Quit any other applications that are running. Quit all other active applications until no applications are shown in the taskbar . <To quit an application> Click the right mouse button on the application icon in the taskbar.
15 Windows 14 6. When the DP Editor setup ends, the QuickTime Setup program starts up. Proceed with the installation as directed by the on-screen instructions. ✽ In the “Enter Registration” window, the software will still be installed if you enter no information.
17 Windows 16 Connecting the Camera and PC and Viewing Images Using the Software on Windows ✽ Refer to the Owner’s Manual for your camera for information on using the camera.
19 Windows 18 6. T o exit Exif Viewer , select “Exit” from the “File” menu or click the [Close] button in the main window . ✽ For more information on using Exif Viewer or DP Editor, refer to the User’s Guide (PDF document) on the CD-ROM. 7.
21 Windows 20 NOTE If you cannot find USB Mass Storage in the “USB Controller” list, look under “Other devices”. 8. Select the “Driver” tab and click the [Update driver…] button.
23 Macintosh 22 Pre-installation Checklist Installation on a Macintosh Hardware and software requirements To run this software, you must have the hardware and software described below.
25 Macintosh 24 3. Check whether File Exchange is active. To use a media that is supported by the camera, the File Exchange utility supplied with Mac OS must be running. Select the Extensions Manager in the Control Panels and check that the File Exchange check box is ticked.
27 Macintosh 26 Installing the Enclosed Applications 1. When you load the enclosed CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and double-click the CD-ROM icon, the “Exif Viewer” folder appears. 2. Copy the “Exif Viewer” folder to your hard disk. ✽ The “Exif Viewer” folder contains “Exif Viewer” and “DP Editor”.
29 Macintosh 28 Connecting the Camera and Macintosh and Viewing Images Using the Software on a Macintosh ✽ Refer to the Owner’s Manual for your camera for information on using the camera.
31 Macintosh 30 Uninstalling the Software on a Macintosh Use this procedure only when the installed software is no longer required or when software installation fails. Uninstalling the USB Driver First, check that the digital camera is no longer connected.
33 32 ■ (Mac) Is the USB Driver active? Solution: Select “USB04CB_StorageShim” and “USB04CB_StorageDriver” in the Extensions Manager and restart your Macintosh. The PC hangs when I access the media. ■ (Win) When opening the Device Manager, there is a yellow “!” mark next to the driver in “Universal Serial Bus controllers”.
35 34 Windows-specific Problems The camera is connected to my PC but the driver installation will not start. ■ Is the camera switched on? Solution: Switch the camera on. Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the camera for details. ■ Is the camera set to USB connection mode? Solution: Some cameras have to be set to a proper mode (eg.
37 Macintosh-specific Problems This message appeared when I connected the camera to my Macintosh. ■ Is the USB Driver installed? Solution: Install the driver on your Macintosh. When I connected the USB cable, Mac OS displayed the “Initialize disk?” message.
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