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I am trying to access some photos taken on an old Sanyo lcd digital camera vpc-g 100. I have the old software: MGI Photosuite SE v.1 for mac. to put on my computer to download the photos. When I try to start the installer I get the following message: Cannot open because the classic environment is not supported.

What does this mean and how can I get it to work? My Mac is OSX 10.5.8. Is this the problem?

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I am trying to access some photos taken on an old Sanyo lcd digital camera vpc-g 100. I have the old software: MGI Photosuite SE v.1 for mac. to put on my computer to download the photos. When I try to start the installer I get the following message: Cannot open because the classic environment is not supported.

What does this mean and how can I get it to work? My Mac is OSX 10.5.8. Is this the problem?

 

I have no idea how old that MGI PhotoSuite is but yes, it was probably made for an earlier version of the OS. Does the Sanyo use memory cards or do you have to plug the camera into a USB drive? IPhoto would be able to load the images. There are some freeware here, if you don't want to spend any money.

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I have no idea how old that MGI PhotoSuite is but yes, it was probably made for an earlier version of the OS. Does the Sanyo use memory cards or do you have to plug the camera into a USB drive? IPhoto would be able to load the images. There are some freeware here, if you don't want to spend any money.

 

Its at least 5 years old. There is no memory card. I had to buy a usb to serial port converter to try and access the camera on the mac. However nothing happens. I'll need to find the instruction book to see that I have the right settings. Tried to go into mac to try and find a list of compatible cameras but could not find it.

 

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