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Trouble downloading photos to computer

I have been downloading my photos to the computer for a few years but now it won't work. I connected it to the computer and turned it on and nothing happens. Usually a prompt appears asking me what I want to do but this does not happen anymore.

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  • batach Feb 14, 2009

    I am having a similar problem. I have been doing fine with my card reader but my son dropped my camera tonight and when i went to transfer my pictures to my computer a box popped up saying that there were no files that Mac OS X could read I have tried erasing them all and taking some again but the same box keeps coming up. I even tried a new xD card. I am hoping that there is a quick fix, thought I would try here first...
    On the side, does it mess up the xD card to take it out of the reader with out "ejecting" it, I had to do this because the drive icon wouldn't show up on my desk top after I clicked ignor in the above mentioned box...

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Forget your USB cable Jill. Buy a card reader that reads xD cards (Fuji have one on their website for £4.88+£3.00 P&P, or I picked up a multi card reader from Jessops for £13, which says what it does on the box - ie, can be used for other picture cards beside the xD card) Remove card from camera, fit in the relevant slot on the reader and plug into a USB port on your computer. Your computer will automatically recognise new hardware, and the magic task box appears after a few moments inviting you to "Copy files to your computer", etc., and off you go!

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