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PLEASE tell me where do you plug in digital ON COMPUTER to unload

Pictures on digital camera. I have attached the connecting cord to digital camera but where do you put the other end? Urgent answer??

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Hi there.
The lead should go into a USB port at the side or back of the computer.

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