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Hello,

I just found an old toy camera from my childhood and wanted to see what pictures might be on it. When I plugged it in, Windows recognized it as "USB DIGITAL STILL CAMERA" but it couldn't find any drivers and so I couldn't see any pictures.

I was wondering if there is any way to see pictures that could be on the camera.

I'm not sure wether this belongs in this category or not, but since it has something to do with cameras I guessed it would fit.

The Camera:

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If this thing is really old you might need windows 7 to get it working

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3 hours ago, Fasauceome said:

If this thing is really old you might need windows 7 to get it working

I tried on Windows XP and it still only recognizes it as "USB DIGITAL STILL CAMERA"

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