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Computer does not acknowledge the camera when connected via usb

It did work at one time. I suspect the camera usb connection is broken... any advice?

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In that case try to use other usb cable, the n plug it directly to the usb port of your motherboard at the back of your cpu casing, try to use all the port, if they did not work, now you can use now a card reader, put your memory card to the card reader then plug it on the mothernoard usb port

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