Can't download driver for Samsung VP-D70 camcorder.

Discussion in 'Samsung' started by treenoakio, May 31, 2007.

  1. treenoakio

    treenoakio Guest

    Hi,
    I've been trying to download the driver and software files for this VP-
    D70 camcorder from the Samsung Gobal Download site. Every time I try,
    the zip files are corrupted. I emailed support who said they'd
    escalate the query but nothing came of it yet. I've tried getting
    these files from Samsung by various web routes but always end up at
    the same place, with the same effect. Can anyone suggest an
    alternative source for these files, or offer a solution?
     
    treenoakio, May 31, 2007
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  2. treenoakio

    treenoakio Guest

    For the same reason that I want to climb Mount Everest.
     
    treenoakio, Jun 1, 2007
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  3. Yeah :) But it's a fair question. What do the drivers drive? What
    isn't the camera doing that these drivers would enable?

    Most still cameras automatically show up as an external drive in My
    Computer (I know - a few need a driver loaded.) You open the folder,
    drag the picture files where you want them and use the perfectly good
    Windows utilities to organise them. But the manufacture still offers
    a CD with some Toytown photo-organising program that hides that
    camera's pictures away from the main system. Maybe you're in danger
    of downloading something just as useless.
     
    Laurence Payne, Jun 1, 2007
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  4. treenoakio

    treenoakio Guest

    Yes, you're right, I didn't want to come over as unappreciative. What
    happens is that sometimes my kids are given stuff like camcorders for
    presents or for special educational projects.
    Later, these "Yesterday" items get discarded and are returned home,
    usually minus just about everything that's not glued or bolted on to
    the mother object. This is where I get the chance to refurbish and
    have a new toy for myself. Sometimes, when I'm busy on several
    projects I can become a little robotic in the refurbishment process.
    So, I wasn't giving the need for drivers enough consideration. Thanks
    for putting me right.
     
    treenoakio, Jun 2, 2007
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  5. treenoakio

    treenoakio Guest

    Yes, you're right, I didn't want to come over as unappreciative. What
    happens is that sometimes my kids are given stuff like camcorders for
    presents or for special educational projects.
    Later, these "Yesterday" items get discarded and are returned home,
    usually minus just about everything that's not glued or bolted on to
    the mother object. This is where I get the chance to refurbish and
    have a new toy for myself. Sometimes, when I'm busy on several
    projects I can become a little robotic in the refurbishment process.
    So, I wasn't giving the need for drivers enough consideration. Thanks
    for putting me right.
     
    treenoakio, Jun 2, 2007
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