Question about Cameras
If you're simply trying to download your photos I suggest this. Get a universal card reader, about$20.00, plug it into a USB port, insert the card from your camera, right click my computer, choose properties, and you should see"removable disc C or D or whatever, right ckick"open" and you should see your pictures. Create a folder, right click anywhere on desktop, choose"new" folder, When it appears, rename it as my pics or the like. Then drag and drop your photos from "removable disc" to your mew folder Go back to "removeable disc" and under files check select all, delete. that will clear your memory card. You will also notice a new blinking icon in the lower right portion of your taskbar. You must click on it and when it says"unplug device" click yes, Go for it! John
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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