johnebaker wrote on 1/7/2016, 10:49 AM


. . . . Lexibook DJ018SP camera via USB port but the PC does not recognise it . . . .

Does the camera appear in Windows Explorer when plugged in and turned on?

Does the camera appear in Windows Device Manager ?  It may appear under Imageing devices. If it is detected, but has an issue, then there will be a yellow icon against it.

I would also suggest you contact Lexibook support to see if there are Windows 10 drivers available.

John EB

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athderiziotis wrote on 8/13/2016, 7:55 AM


I have checked for the latest software version on Lexibook website, but I could not find any specific to Windows 10.

Should I remove the MAGIX Photo Manager 10 version or the driver does not work without it?

I'm confused, it looks like a simple device but it's too complicated.


sean-m wrote on 4/16/2017, 5:53 AM

I am having the very same problem I have window 8.1. My Son loves this camera and all we want to do is get the pictures off it so we can take more. I have installed the edit program and the driver plugged the usb in and the pc makes the noise that something has connected but nothing there to click into. Please help he is so upset.


sean-m wrote on 4/16/2017, 6:51 AM

I have resolved the problem. When you put the disc in and instal the driver a folder will be created. My was created on my desktop it is called C:\Users\Public\Desktop\Dual Mode Camera click into it and click the first icon. I little strange interface will pop up, hit the download images button, wait a min and wala the pics will be there. Just save them to a folder of your choice