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I was given a Polaroid i532 digital camera to download photos from but I don't know how to do it.  do not have a manual.  please help.

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You would first need to load the software to the computer so the camera would be picked up when you attach with usb. The computer will automatically detect and connect the camera. You will be prompt for the function you wist to perform, which is pretty straightforward

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