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I CANT COPY THE PICTURE TO MY PC AFER TAKING PICTURES

WHEN I TAKE THE PICTURES ,I AM NOT ABLE TO COPY THE IMAGES IN MY COMPUTER,WHEN I CONNECT THE CAMERA TO PC ,IT SHOWS  THE FOLDER DCIM BUT IT IS NOT OPENING IN MEMORY CARD AND IN CAMERA ALSO.PLS RECTIFY THE PROBLEM

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You want to send them to my pictures folder or downloads or documents. try that. This should be easy. just because a camera has a CD with it does not mean you have to install any thing. let windows do all the work. put the cd aside and just use the patch cord from camera to PC USB port. or if your camera has a memory card... pull it out and slide that into the port on the front of your PC into the SD Mini port. works great that way too.

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