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Camera won't turn on when plugged in to computer

Camera turns on fine when not plugged into computer. However, when I want to transfer pics to computer, the camera will not come on when USB cord is plugged in. Please help.

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After you connect your camera to your computer, you have to turn on the camera manually. It will not come on automatically. Good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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