Question about Cameras
Highly recommend skipping the cable route from the camera, and instead consider using a USB card reader to download your photos. Card readers are very reliable in downloading files, and are much quicker too. Simply insert the camera card into the reader, and then the reader into the USB port. The card essentially becomes a hard drive that you can copy/paste or drag/drop your photos onto your hard drive. Card readers are very inexpensive too. here's an example from Amazon:
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