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How do i safely remove my camera when i would like to unplug?

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Ok on the bottom right of the screan you will see a usb plug with a green check mark click on that and choose you camera make shure everything that is using you camera is closed you can also go to start my computer left click on the drive that your camera is pluged in to IE: E: - F: and go to safley remove or eject

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You do not have to, because it has no moving parts inside, that's the only reason why you need to remove it safely, you can just unplug it from the USB port

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To Answer your question: If the PC says it safe to remove, this means that it has completed all data transaction between Camera and PC. The Camera will remain in the USB MASS STORAGE mode until the 5v USB is removed (USB cable disconnected from PC).

I suggest you read further and perform the procedure at the end of this LONG explaination. Sorry, I would have paraphrased if possible. The short version is that you do not need to worry about "Safely Removing" the camera.

The Term "SAFELY REMOVE HARDWARE" is misleading. You run no risk in losing the original data if it is already backed up from the location you are writing from. For EXAMPLE, if it is saved on the Camera and you are only copying from the Computer to the PC....there is NO RISK of losing the data on your Camera by disconnecting the USB without safely removing.

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