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Try a different Micro-USB cable. It is usually caused by the cable's micro-USB end being loose and not the tablet's charging port. Most smartphones these days use Micro-USB so you can usually try using one of those if you have one.
You will need a new micro-USB port and some fine soldering skills. Unless you're a pro with a soldering iron and have the necessary tools, take it to one of those little mobile phone shacks you find at markets etc. They're usually run by Asian gentlemen and they can do all this kind of thing quite easily and cheaply. Have a go at it yourself, but you will probably need a lot of lights and magnifiers. Have fun!
There is two main ways that you can transfer photographs to your laptop;
USB 2.0 Full Speed for rapid music transfer
Nokia Connectivity Cable CA-101 - High-speed data transfer This
micro USB cable provides high-speed USB 2.0 data transfer rates, and
enables charging your compatible device or enhancement from a laptop or
PC USB port.
Bluetooth 2.0 with stereo audio profiles for wireless music listening and control.
if you use it on win 95 or win 98 or vista you need specfic drivers for you usb disk if you get this on win xp please change the usp ports and use another port to insert the disk one of the ports has to recognise. if the problem persists the usb port controllor on motherboards needs to be checked for faults or uninstalled drivers , if nothing works try a pci to usb internal card and dont forget to loaad drivers . this card has 3 to 6 ports for usb