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Transferring pictures I cannot get the camera to transfer pics to my laptop. I have the usb plugged in & it will not detect it... I've tried it on both of my computers....

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  • Ladyshannon Feb 12, 2009

    When I plug the USB Cable into my camera it turns off.
    so i can't put my videos or pictures onto my computer

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Make sure you have the drivers installed for your camera. If the computer can't detect it, then thats the reason. You should be able to find the drivers on Nikon's website. Good luck.

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