Currupted pictures when copy from Camera

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Jan Erik Skjønsbeerg, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. Often When I copy pictures from My Fuji FinePix camera to Vista , some of the
    pictures get disturbed. Some is only halv and some is cut i 2 pices which
    does not really match. The lower part may be pushed 1 or 2 cm to rigth or
    left. Next time I copy the same pictures, then it might be some other
    pictures that are split in 2.. or 3. Iwhen I copy the pictures to another
    computer with XP, all goes very well.
    Jan Erik Skjønsbeerg, Mar 2, 2008
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  2. Jan Erik Skjønsbeerg

    NoStop Guest

    The most fundamental part of an operating system is to control i/o.
    Unfortunately, Vista has problems doing this type of very fundamental task.
    Vista is buggy and seriously buggy when it comes to moving data around, be
    it over a network or to USB drives. I wouldn't trust using Vista for any
    serious computing requirements. You should wait until Microsoft can patch
    the damn thing to the point that you can trust it to not corrupt your data.
    It might be a long wait.


    What does Bill Gates use?

    Proprietary Software: a 20th Century software business model.

    Q: What OS is built for lusers?
    A: Which one requires running lusermgr.msc to create them?

    Frank, hard at work on his Vista computer all day:
    NoStop, Mar 2, 2008
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  3. You do not say much about your system or method for getting pictures to
    computer: USB hookup to camera or memory card reader? Fuji application?

    Go to Fuji website and download updated software or drivers compatible with
    Vista. Other USB devices function OK?
    Cameron Snyder, Mar 2, 2008
  4. Jan Erik Skjønsbeerg

    PNutts Guest

    Wrong. I use Vista to regularly move my digital photos over my wireless
    network to publish on the Web. I'm up to 6+GB in 54,000+ files. I also move
    this and other data to USB drives and flashdrives, not to mention all the
    ISOs that are up to 8GB.

    Really, you may believe what you said and that's OK, but to disseminate it
    as fact is laughable.
    PNutts, Mar 2, 2008
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