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Where do you connect a digital camera on your computer?

I want to transfer pictures from my camera to my computer. I have a Dell OptiPlex GX1p. Can I do this with an older PC.

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    Dan rogers May 11, 2010

    does the older pc have a usb slot?

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Hello again,

Yes, most likely you can transfer pictures with your camera. The only that is required is that you install the camera software to your computer. What brand camera and model do you have? Do you have the cd that comes with the camera? What windows do you have? (95,98,XP, etc..)

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