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Downloading Pictures to my computer

I can not find the disk that came with my camera that shows how to download pictures to the computer. I have all of the equipment but, don't want to try to guess my way through how to do it. Can you help me? Thanks, Demmie

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Hi Demmie, You should not have a problem if you hook the USB into the camera, and then into the computers USB port while the computer is booted up and running. The computers Plug and Play stufff will recognize that a camera has just been connected. You can aloow Adobe photoshop, or any other Photo program to get your photos. Their are too many photo handling programs to list in this format. Just feel secure that when you connect to the computer something will pop up and tell guide you to sucess. You will probably have to turn on the camera first, or your camera will prompt you to ok the connection to a pc. You will need to ok the connection on the camera if it asks.

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