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Digital Concepts 2.1 "USB Device not recognized" ate pics!

I bought the Digital Concepts 2.1 from Walmart almost two years ago now (I thought $130 for a cam was a pretty penny, I didn't consider it cheap). It worked great for awhile, though the pictures themselves were never great quality. They're always too dark or too light. Over the last couple months though I've been getting the same "USB Device not recognized" and occasionally being told the drivers need to be installed. What a joke. I could handle that, usually if you just moved the camera a different angle it'd take the pics off the camera. Haha, not anymore!! Now they just delete. I took over 30 pic's of my daughter "graduating" from kindergarten--a once in a lifetime thing!!! But thanks to my pic's being "eaten", I now don't have anything to show her. Totally sucks. What a waste!

Fri, 25 May 2007 10:31:03 -0700

i bought a digital concepts cam it was used,and worked realy well,but now when i hook it to my computer its saying that it is malfunciong,can you help ? btw its a 2.1 mega pixel cam

Tue, 03 Mar 2009 18:45:35 +0000

that happened to me too that camera sux!!!!!!! none buy it any more who ever created this camera should be banned from tenology

nisey baii
Fri, 28 Aug 2009 00:55:46 +0000

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