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Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by cenastyle, Feb 20, 2011.
Can you post a video of you doing this showing us that it works?
And the same verbal argument ... Still waiting for the picture.
I don't have Kodak camera.
Well until someone posts a video I don't believe you can do this.
As incredible as it sounds, apparently there is with one member out of millions.
Shirley, you must be kidding.
(count you among the intransigent I referred to earlier)
Nah...he's just entertaining himself. No one is that dense. No one.
Then what? You'll admit you were wrong? It's there...I had 2 HR20-700 units. I'll be sure to request pics from you from now on for any info you post.
OK, send me a USB card reader, as mine isn't USB.
Seriously. I did post a lot of pictures to answer for many questions and did provide real information by that. I was (probably) first member who hit a cap for downloads here. Usually I don't hesitate to confirm my words that way, but after reaching the cap I'm out of my preferable way to discuss obvious thing.
OK. Lets play ...
"mine isn't USB" - I missed, is it a Kodak camera or YOUR SD card reader ?
Mr. Smith, enough. If you cannot accept the word of every other member of the forum, at least let the matter go.
OK, then ask other vivid members do same ...
Are you speaking in code again?
Kodak DC 260 & Sandisk ImageMate [parallel port].
Maybe you can write a driver for the DC 260.
Let it go ... let it go ... let it go ... phew !
Perhaps it should go into different thread ...
But, isn't the camera using CompactFlash card ?
Can you use IrDA to transfer pictures to your Win7 ?
Ah, there is - ParPort-to-USB adapter ! How-to is here.
Could you use your laptop(s) with IrDA to obtain pictures from the camera ?
Could you buy ParPort-to-USB adapter for your card reader ?
Here ya go