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Transferring pics to computer

Unable to transfer pics from camera to computer. See several people having the same problem but no definite answer to the problem. Do you have to use up the entire disk before you can transfer any of the photos?

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  • lisa_lizard Sep 11, 2008

    I have a hp pavilion mx50 computer that will not read the small dvd discs that have all my pictures and videos on them from my canon dc210 dvd recorder. Is there anything I can download from the internet for free that will equip my computer to read them and let me upload my pictures?

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If you have Vista Home you will have to purchase from windows shop CinePlayer D.V.D decoder
for Windows Vista at about $17.00 to play your finalized disc I also advise anyone who wants to
dub or take out any sections to do it on your computer as you may loose all movies and pictures like
I did of our trip to Canada .
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Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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