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Get internal memory onto computer

I took pictures on my internal memory, how do i get them off and onto my computer?

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The DX 40 should have come with cables to hook up to your computer. If it did not then you will need to go and buy one. It is a USB cable. I would recommend that you get a 1 GB memory card or more. The storage on the DX40 has been known to be faulty also. You can buy a even bigger card for about 25 dollars at Longs, CVS, Riteaid, Radio Shack.

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