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The computer doesn't know what the camera is without the software. You can download the software from the nikon website. Easier fixes are available. If it is a notebook (laptops arent laptops anymore more) you should have a card reader slot on the left side of your computer. Remove the SD card from the camera and plug it into their computer. Then you'll have the option to import the pictures.
The camera should have come with a USB cord that connects the camera to the computer to allow you to take data off of the camera or SD card memory. Many new computers also have SD Card readers which allow you to take the SD Card out of your camera and put it right into your computer. Once your computer is connected to the camera, either by card or cord, explore the contents as you would any other folder (should appear in My Computer or on your Desktop).
Search the menus for an entry for "copy". It should give you the option to copy the internal memory to a memory card. You could also take the camera and a usb connecting cord to a store like Walmart that has a Kodak picture maker machine. You can plug the camera into the usb slot and print the picture.
While I was unsucessful in finding a replacement usb cord for the Fisher Price camera, I wanted to make sure you were aware you could utilize an additional SD card to capture memories. You would then use an inexpensive memory card reader which hooks up to your computer to upload the pictures. This would allow you to continue using the camera.
Well one option would be to download the images from the cameras internal card to your computer and then transfer them to the card.
I have a card reader so it would be easy to do, or if your computer has a slot for the card that would work too.
Or, just hook your camera up to the computer and use the image downloading wizard that pops up in XP. Or, if it doesn't show/pop up, just hook up camera to 'puter via cord & then click on my computer and you'll see the camera listed. Move image files & then you may need a card reader to transfer images to xd.
Not sure why you would want to keep them on the XD card except to transport them around to another 'puter.