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Cannot get pictures of my Cannon Rebel XTI camera

I last downloaded pictures from my camera Christmas day. When I plug in the USB cable to the camera and my computer, nothing happens. My computer is not recognizing the camera. I have never had this problem before and have always been able to get them off. I have tried different cables, and have the same problem. Any other device I have plugged into the USB ports, work fine, such as my MP3 player and such. I searched on Cannon's website for drivers, but it said there were no drivers avaliable for the XP systems or even required

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Do you have a USB card reader? You can pick these up cheaply, and it is quicker and easier to take the memory card out of the canon and read it with the card reader.

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