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Trying to get pictures off of my camera w/ a USB cord

I just got a new computer and can no longer get the pictures off of my camera w/ my USB cord. Do I need software or something? The computer is not recognizing the camera at all. I turned the camera on and everything.. and nothing. Can you help?

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You will need software for the camera to be installed on the computer first. You should be able to find it by going to the manufacturer's website, where they will be able for download.

If you have difficulty finding it, please reply with make and model of camera, and your operating system details.

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