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PC won't recognize Lumix DMC-LZ2

When I plug the camera in it says the usb device could not be found. Everything worked great and now it does this on every PC I try it on. I tried to reload the usb drivers for it and it says they are not needed and won't let me go any further.............. I had this problem once before as well and can't remember the steps I did to get it working if it was anyting I did at all.......... Please help...........Thanks

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Re: PC won't recognize Lumix DMC-LZ2

TheThis may be a USB connector fault on the camera[a bent pin say] The easiest and cheapest way is to get a USB card reader and stop using the camera this way. I doubt if it is a repair option if it turns out to be a camera fault.

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