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I want to get the tape onto my pc - how do i do this. Is their a special lead i require, etc.??

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  • col_t231 Feb 01, 2009

    Where can i get one from - do i just ask for USB minn connector in currys or somewhere like that?!

  • col_t231 Feb 03, 2009

    Sort of knew this but thanks for your advice!

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My guess is that you need a USB mini connector to connect the camera to your computer.

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

  • swufabuda
    swufabuda Feb 01, 2009

    Any major electronics store should have it. Just tell them what kind of camera you have and they should know,better yet take your camera with you when you go...

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