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Camera won't connect.

I've never had a problem hooking my camera up to my computer with the USB cable until the last few times I've tried. I connected my camera but instead of opening up the menu with downloading options for my photos, I get a virus alert. This only happens the first time I connect and then the other times my computer makes the noise that it recognizes something has been hooked up but nothing happens and I can't find an icon for it, either. HELP! I'd really like to get my pictures off.

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Try another cable or download you pictures directly from the card, inserting it in the sd slot in your computer.

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Please use another USB connecting cord as old one seems broke.

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If you are not able to find your connecting cable. and i am assuming your need is to transfer the data to comp. Well what you can do is you can take out the memory card and fix it into the card reader (you will get a card reader vey cheap anywhere.). and connect it to your comp. Now your card will work as a flash drive and you can transfer data easily then... Hope this helps you out.. :)

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Hi I am vortash .. check for damage on your download lead and around the camera plug interface .. check that the drivers are still installed and reinstall them to make sure ... if you have a sd card installed remove it as it may be lose in the socket and the camera is trying to read it and can't .. check your batteries are ok .. try it on another computer .. if all this fails sounds like the camera interface has broken constant plugging in and out can sometimes cause problems with a loose plug .. hope tthis helps Regards Vortash

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