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Wont download to picture project

I have never had problems until this new years. I have 75 pictures stuck in my camera via disc.
For whatever reason it wont download them to picture project.
It always has before.
The little green light comes on then picture project opens and ask me what file I want to put them in.
I noticed at the bottom it says 0 of 0 transfered.
What can I do.
What is wrong???

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Get a usb memory card reader. I have never ever used the cord from camera to pc. It's so much easier to just take out the card.

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