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Pics won't transfer to PC

I used to be able to simply plug in my camera via the USB drive on my HP PC and a wizard would pop up to help me transfer photos. Now my pc does nothing. I installed the pictureproject software provided with the camera hoping to solve the problem, and my pc still does nothing. I have a coolpix S200. Please help!!

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WHEN YOU GO TO MY COMPUTER DOES IT SHOW UP AS A NEW DRIVE IF SO RIGHT CLICK ON IT IT SHOULD SHOW YOU YOUR PICTURES .IF THAT DOESNT WORK UNINSTALL YOUR CAMERA USING THE ADD REMOVE HARDWARE AND SHUT DOWN YOUR COMPUTER AND RESTART IT THEN RE-ENSTALL USING THE ADD/REMOVE HARDWARE RESTART COMPUTER WITH CAMERA ON IT SHOULD RECONIZE IT

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