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I have an A 520 polaroid digital camera with a memory disc in it. I took pictures on it and want to download the pictures onto my computer. When I insert it in the drive nothing happens. what is wrong?

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You mean SD card, right? You can insert the SD card into a card reader and then access the card from the disk driver letter that is assigned to it. Simply open My Computer (if Windows) and check the drives.

But you can also use a USB cable to connect the camera to your computer. Using the Picassa program from Google, it is very easy to transfer the photos to your PC.

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