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When I had windows XP I was able to download my phone so I can download the pictures that I took. Since I got this new computer and it has windows Vista I can't download the software that I have.

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What phone do you currently have? please post make and model and we will help you find the drivers your need for your phone...

if you want to look for yourself you can start by going to the phone's manufacturer website and dowload and software/driver for your phone that is compatible with vista... chances are your problem is the driver and at the time the phone came out the disk that possibly came to with your phone may have only had 2000/xp drivers but no vista.. but by now those drivers may be avalible.

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