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My usb cable ia not initializing for my camera

I have adopted a second hand computer, and cannot get it to transfer my pictures from my digital camera. I have the usb cable in the correct port I believe, and when I attach it to the camera, I says initializing usb cable forever. I don't ever get the microsoft wizard to come up and say " what do you want to do with these pictures?" Now I am able to download music via Lime wire so I must have a driver of some kind. I have down loaded my software that came with the camera but it constantly says no pictures. As well, the computer never says new hardware detected. So I am at a loss. I am able to download at other peoples computers, so I know that it works. Help please.

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Re: my usb cable ia not initializing for my camera

Take out the camera software. XP does not need it and it may be causing the Limewire problem

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