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Nikon coolplixL11---need help!

Where do I get a owners manual, computer hook up cord and the cd for my
computer? Yes I have placed all of abve some place that I would not forget. Help!! NEED TELEPHONE #

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You can order everything else from

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Hi arunpeiyi,

Yes the software would work in your Windows 7 Operating System.

All you need to do , is install the software from the nikon CD and then connect your camera to your PC along with the Data cable , and there you go , you would have all your images and videos being shown up on your PC.

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