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Photo Loader and Active X Control

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by Soroti, Oct 15, 2008.

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  1. Soroti

    Soroti Thread Starter

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    With my Casio EK 600 camera I got their Photoloader software and its driving me mad . Every time I try to see the pictures I get a note saying that the Active X function of Internet Explorer won't allow me to see the pics and each time have to " allow " viewing . This is ludicrous and I don't understand why Internet Explorer is involved - I'm not searching the web but simply looking at something which is already on the hard drive of my PC . I've tried enabling and disabling the Active X controls on the Internet properties of the PC but to no avail . I tried to get some sense out of Casio but they simply say that Photoloader was " bought in " and they can't help . I'm running Windows XP .

    Hopefully its something simple that I'm not doing right as I'm sure that other people don't have this sort of problem . Can anyone please help !!
     
  2. jdean

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    One alternative is to another photo viewing program.
    I use FastStone Image Viewer: http://faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htm (free software). It's fast, easy to use, and has a boatload of features.
     
  3. Soroti

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    Many thanks - This program certainly looks far more attractive than the Photoloader .

    Ron
     
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