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Not able to down load on computer

As per manula when i try connecting the camera with the help of the cradle in to the computer iam not able to to view. (not recogniosing the software). kindly send me the software of the cradle.

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Siply take out ur memory card from the camera and connect ur memory card to computer via memory card reader or if u already have SD card slot on ur computer just put it in ....

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