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I want to put my photos from my canon IXUS 75 onto the pc

I dont have the cd to download onto the computer to do it
what do i do???

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Are you using a memory card or internal memory? If you are using a memory card, get a memory card reader and download the images onto your comp.

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Hello hello,

I found mine at the canon site....
for you, it would be here...
http://software.canon-europe.com/products/0010438.asp

good luck, duders!
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