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Is the computer or the camera telling you the battery is bad? If it's the computer, you might have some bad pins on the camera, or your usb cable may have a problem with it. If the camera is reporting this on it's screen, not sure what the problem is there. I would instead, just transfer the pictures to the computer via a card reader through the USB port. Check your printer- many printers these days have memory card slots on them, and you can transfer pics to the computer through them.
Very few cameras will charge through USB ports. This is only to connect to computer to access pictures. Your camera will not charge via USB. I suggest to many people that using cameras that take AA batteries is the best cameras to buy when traveling. Many camera owner fall victim to different voltage outlets when travelling.
Make sure your cable is OK.
1: Make sure you don't have any damaged pins on the plug on your camera and on your USB port on the computer
Try using a different cable to be sure that is not the problem.
If you can t ry a different camera on the same cable and make it work, your camera is at fault.
Try it on a different USB port, and possibly also on a different computer to make sure the port on your computer is not at fault.
Check both cable ends and the ports on the camera and computer are not dirty