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There is nothing wrong with my camera but I can not unload my pictures on to my computer because when I purchased the camera the setup software was for a computer with windows XP. I purchased a new computer with windows Vista.The old disc won't work. Help

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I have a workaround for you.
Don't worry about the software.
What kind of card your computer uses? SD/microsd/XD whaterver.
I suggest you purchase a multicard reader if you don't have one(they come very cheap), connect the card reader with your computer with USB cable and you will able to access your card now as a drive, now you can load/unload photos/videos easily on your computer.
Another workaround:
go the the company website of the camera brand you have and search there for software, download and install on your new OS and that will help.
Let me know if you need further help.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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