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Read instructions that came with it or find new ones online at manufacturer's website.
If modern computer with USB, boot it up, plug in camera USB cord and follow instuctions on screen as Windows will help you with that. Don't be afraid, you can't break anything by following the usual installation of USB products to a computer. Good Luck!

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