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If you let the battery charge for about ten hours it might work. If you just want to see if the computer will work remove the battery and try with the charger plugged in. If you don't need to carry the computer around a battery is not needed. Some batteries will not recharge if they have been discharged too much. If you are going to use it with a battery I suggest that you set your power setting to turn the computer off after a period of unuse and this problem won't happen again. Check Ebay for a battery replacement.
HOw do you want to connect it USB o wireless .If its USB i can help you ...If you properly plug in your USB on the computer and to the computer and nothing happens , Ill be advising you to used a clean paper or a dry cloth try to clean the area where you plug in the cable to the computer and acble itself makesure the ports is clean , try other ports if still nothing happens .In case still no go , used another USB .try to test it on another computer if that USB chord is working on the other computer possibly the USB on your computer is not working ....Hoe it help thanks
The camera will need to be plugged in and turned on for you to be able to transfer pictures from it. Plugging the camera in will not make anything special happen on its own-- if you are using Windows (after the camera is plugged in, turned on, and with your memory card still in the camera), try opening "My Computer" and looking for the camera's icon within that window. The camera (and the photos on the memory card inside) will be shown just as any other CD or jump drive that you would plug into your computer. You can copy photos off of the camera by double clicking the camera's icon, (probably opening the DCIM folder) and dragging and dropping the image files onto some other location on your computer.
try to press and hold Fn and F8 - this is to toggle screen setting to ext and back to LCD on laptop. if nothing happens turn off computer by pressing power button, unplug the ac adapter, remove the battery. remvoe residual electricity from computer by pressing power button 10 times. just plug again the ac and leave the battery out. Pres and hold the letter D and while holding that press the power button once and release both of them. it will perform the built in self test on the lcd. if nothing happens, turn off computer. press anf hold Fn and while holding it press power button. it will perform diagnosis on computer. if still nothing happens need to repalce motherboard and LCD.
Make sure that your usb hard drive is inserted properly into the computer but if nothing happens, go to your bios settings of your computer and be sure that usb function is set to on. Save changes and restart the computer. If you dont know how to do this, first turn on the computer and press the delete key in the keyboard, once you enter the bios screen look for the usb settings and make sure it is set to on. Hope this could help. Thanks
Consider NOT connecting your camera to your computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program such as Picasa.