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When i try to upload pictures onto my computer..HELP!

My computer recognizes my camera, and starts to import pictures but right before it imports, it says it has encountered a problem and needs to close and closes the program. I just put new batteries in my nikon l11 and i dont see why this is happening. Is it my computer? What should i do I want to upload my pictures! HELP!

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It sound like a computer and not a camera problem. Does it you first time to use this camera with this cumputer ?

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