Question about Jazz JDC25 Digital Camera
Hmmm, sounds like an inexpensive camera. You may try plugging your camera into a usb port and see if Windows will "see" it as a drive so you can download pictures. If your camera stores data on a card, just remove the card and insert in a card reader. If you don't have one you can take it to a Kodak processor (drug stores like walgreens can do it If all else fails, try to find the driver (files that would be on disk) on the manufacture's website. Reputable companies usually have this service available. Hope this helps.
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