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The nikon icon does not show when I connect camera to computer

The camera is connected properly to the laptop, the camera is switched on but the Nikon icon does not show., The computer does not acknowledge that a new device has been added.

I have uploaded photos from the same camera and with the same laptop before.

Thanks, Lina Bauer

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Bad connection or cable or both

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