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Old 09-10-2009, 07:16 AM   #1
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Motorola V3 bike pics download

Out for a ride the other day and didn't take my camera with me. Stopped at the little bike museum at Dorrigo and took some pics of the Ned Kelly machine but had to use my phone. Now want to download and the web says that there is no wizard software that I can download to do the transfer.
Has anyone done a V3 download?

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Old 09-10-2009, 07:28 AM   #2
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Yeah mate. You need to install the software & drivers app. Here is the correct page link.

http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto...ng_drivers.asp

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Old 09-10-2009, 07:29 AM   #3
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Out for a ride the other day and didn't take my camera with me. Stopped at the little bike museum at Dorrigo and took some pics of the Ned Kelly machine but had to use my phone. Now want to download and the web says that there is no wizard software that I can download to do the transfer.
Has anyone done a V3 download?


You mean like a RAZR V3? There's either the software what came with it, or if you can't find that or can't be stuffed I think you can tell it Connection >> USB Settings >> Default Connection = Memory Card

Then when you USB it into your 'puta it'll appear as a USB drive and your piccies should be lurking in there somewhere.

Or at least, that's how the V6 works, anyway.
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Old 09-11-2009, 05:35 AM   #4
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Thanks Doobiedog'
Have downloaded the driver (the 64 bit one- don't know why I chose that one rather than 32 but bigger is always better)
Don't remember getting a USB cord with the phone so can I use my Ixus 55
one or my Garmin 340 cord, or will I start splitting the atom.

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Old 09-11-2009, 05:49 AM   #5
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Have downloaded the driver (the 64 bit one- don't know why I chose that one rather than 32 but bigger is always better)
If you are not running 64 bit Windows it will not work. If you are running 64 bit Windows you would know enough not to make such a silly statement.
Download the correct one for your operating system or you are wasting your time.
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Old 09-11-2009, 07:54 AM   #6
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If you are not running 64 bit Windows it will not work. If you are running 64 bit Windows you would know enough not to make such a silly statement.
Download the correct one for your operating system or you are wasting your time.
Bloody hell, mate. That's a bit rough. He was only asking for some assistance. We are a family here, not a place where you just randomly take the piss out of a bloke because they are asking a question. Next time, think of writing a constructive, helpful comment - or choose to not post at all, brother.

Werewasi:
The 32bit version is most probably what you require, as the 32-Bit Windows Operating System is the most common, bog-stock OS found in most households around the world. I have included a help link to identify what OS and Bit version your are running HERE

If I am correct, and you are running the 32bit OS, just download the 32-bit installation package and run it up, mate. As for the cable - yes, the mini USB cable supplied with your Ixus 55 is the appropriate cable to use. You may be required to restart your pc after the software installation, then plugging in the device when switched on should detect the device and a window asking you what you would like to do should pop up. You can choose to explore the files via the Motorola software or via 'My Computer'

In the event that you need some more help, just send me a PM, buddy.


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Old 09-14-2009, 10:15 PM   #7
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Thanks Mark,
for the info (and Mr Vic's slap) I've established that it's a 32 bit processor. Since ignorance isn't bliss can you tell me why I can get away with using the camera cord (or could I have used the Garmin USB cable?). What's the little pod that they have in the line.

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