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Transferring Pictures. I recently bought my camera, and just got everything installed for it. The computer recognizes it, prompted me for install, and everything else. However, when I go to transfer the pictures, it says that the camera is not connected. This is happening when all other sources tell me that it IS connected. I'm running Windows 2000.

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  • Mary1956 Nov 14, 2007

    I'm having the same issue. OTOH, I was able to transfer pictures initially, and now I cannot get my pictures transferred properly in spite of the fact that it appears I have everything set up correctly. I am running Vista, though, not 2000.

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If you have installed software from the supplied disc, remove it. Very often this software more of a hindrance than any use. Windows 2000 should recognise the camera when plugged in via the USB as a 'new' drive in my computer

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