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When I plug my camera into computer there is no option to upload the photos onto computer...how can I do this?

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Hi there
if you open my computer on your desk top you should see your camera as another hard drive with an icon or a letter f.g.h.
double click it and inside will be 2 or 3 folders , one of which will have your pics in
then just copy and paste them where you want them.

hope this helps

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Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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