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DON'T HAVE DOWNLOAD DISK

I BOUGHT THE CAMERA AT THE PAWN SHOP AND DIDN'T HAVE THE DOWNLOAD DISK FOR THE COMPUTER. HOW AND WHERE DO I GET THIS?

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Basically if you are using xp or vista... you just have to plug the camera into a usb port and it's plug and play.

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