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Pictures to a computer

How do I get pictures from the camera to put on the computer from a disc

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  • jenniferw22 Apr 16, 2009

    help please

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    yes

  • Tim Phipps May 11, 2010

    Are you asking how to transfer pictures from camera's memory card to the computer?

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If you have the cable that attaches from the camera to the computer, you can do this. You would need the software that came with your camera and the instructions to do it.

The other way is to figure out what type of memory card you have and buy a card reader. This also comes with instructions and software.

If you just want the pictures, you can go to your local photo developer like walgreens or walmart etc and bring in your memory card. They will be able to print the pictures that are on your memory card and they can also put them on a CD if you want.

Good luck!

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