Sony DSC-P32 User Manual (en)

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Removing the USB cable from 
your computer, removing the 
“Memory Stick” from your 
camera, or turning off the 
camera during a USB 
connection
For Windows 2000, Me, or XP users
1
Double-click 
 on the task tray.
2
Click 
 (Sony DSC), then click [Stop].
3
Confirm the device on the confirmation 
window, then click [OK].
4
Click [OK].
Step 4 is unnecessary for Windows XP 
users.
5
Disconnect the USB cable, remove the 
“Memory Stick,” or turn off the camera.
For Windows 98 or 98SE users
Confirm that the access indicators (page 82
on the LCD screen are turned white and 
carry out only Step 5 above.
Copying images using 
“Image Transfer”
– Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me
Connect the camera and your 
computer with the USB cable.
“Image Transfer” launches and the images 
are automatically copied to the computer. 
When copying is complete, “ImageMixer” 
automatically launches and images appear.
Normally “Image Transfer” and “Date” folders 
are created inside the “My Documents” folder, 
and all of the image files recorded with the 
camera are copied into these folders.
You can change the “Image Transfer” settings 
(page 84).
– Windows XP
Connect the camera and your 
computer with the USB cable.
“Image Transfer” starts up automatically 
and the images are automatically copied to 
the computer.
Windows XP is set so that the OS AutoPlay 
Wizard activates.
If you want to cancel the setting, follow the 
procedure below.
a
Click [Start], then click [My 
Computer].
b
Right-click [Sony 
MemoryStick], then click 
[Properties].
c
Cancel the setting.
1
Click [AutoPlay].
2
Set [Content type] to [Pictures].
3
Check [Select an action to perform] 
under [Actions], select [Take no 
action], then click [Apply].
4
Set [Content type] to [Video files] 
and proceed step 3. Set [Content 
type] to [Mixed content] and 
proceed step 3.
5
Click [OK].
The [Properties] screen closes.
The OS AutoPlay Wizard does not 
start up automatically even if the 
USB connection is made next time.