Changing Image Transfer settings, Copying images without using Image Transfer

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Changing “Image Transfer” 
settings

You can change “Image Transfer” settings. 
Right-click the “Image Transfer” icon on 
the tasktray, and select [Open Settings]. The 
settings you can set are as follows: [Basic], 
[Copy], and [Delete].

When “Image Transfer” starts, the window 
below appears.

When you select  [Settings] from the above 
window, you can only change the [Basic] 
setting.

Copying images without 
using “Image Transfer”

— Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me

If “Image Transfer” is not set to launch 
automatically, you can copy images as 
following procedure.

a

Double-click [My Computer], 
then double-click [Removable 
Disk].

The contents of the “Memory Stick” 
inserted in your camera appear.

This section describes an example of copying 
images to the “My Documents” folder.

When the “Removable Disk” icon is not shown, 
see the following column.

When using Windows XP, see page 56.

b

Double-click [DCIM], then 
double-click the folder which 
contains the desired images.

The folder opens.

c

Drag and drop the image files 
into the “My Documents” 
folder.

The image files are copied to the “My 
Documents” folder.

When you try to copy an image to a folder in 
which an image with the same file name is 
stored, the overwrite confirmation message 
appears. When you overwrite the existing 
image with the new one, the original file is 
deleted.

When the removable disk icon is 
not shown

1

Right-click [My Computer], then click 
[Properties].
The “System Properties” screen appears.

When using Windows 2000, click [Hardware] 
on the “System Properties” screen.

2

Confirm if other devices are already 
installed.
1

Click [Device Manager].

2

Confirm if there is a “

 Sony DSC” 

with a 

 mark.

3

If you find either of the devices above, 
follow the steps below to delete them.
1

Click [

 Sony DSC].

• When using Windows 2000, right-click 

[

Sony DSC

].

2

Click [Remove] (or [Uninstall] in 
Windows 2000).
The “Confirm Device Removal” 
screen appears.

3

Click [OK].
The device is deleted.

Try the USB driver installation again using 
the supplied CD-ROM (page 50).

Right-click here