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Where on my computer do I plug my camera into in order to upload my pictures?

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  • Normally you would connect the camera to the pc using a USB lead. To do this your camera should have a mini USB slot somewhere and you would plug the mini USB cable plug in to this, then plug the larger USB end of the cable into one of the USB ports on your PC (USB ports are usually oblong and situated on the back of the PC) , You may need to install some software supplied with the camers to do so.



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