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Computer isnt reading my camera is plugged in

When i plug my camera into my computer to download the pictures onto it, its like my computer won't recognize my camera is plugged in. It used to work fine, and then the other day i plugged it in to try and download them and it didnt work. My friend said it might have something to do with me plugging my ipod in to charge. Although it isnt plugged in when i plug my camera in. He said i might need to download something, but i was really confused...I dont know if that has anything to do with it? If you have any ideas thatd be awesome! Thanks

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Wat are you plugging the camera into? Is it the computer direct or a Hub? Remove all USB devises and plug the camera direct to the PC Make sure the camera is switched on and is set to the 'upload' position.

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