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Can not import photos

I can not import photos from keyboard to computer . i have been able to plug into hard drive and do it but now that has jammed up. any ideas-thank you

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Switch the camera on and ensure it is in the upload mode then using the supplied cord you should plug it into a USB port on the body of the computer. Windows[if 2000/XP] will put up the camera/scan wizard- take it from there. What are you not doing?

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