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Pc says camera not connected when I try to download pictures but when I plug the cable in the green light comes on on the camera

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Do not turn camera on plug in and the PC should find it as an external storage device . proceed with downloading from that point.

Posted on Apr 20, 2015

Testimonial: "Not switching the camera on it still shows the green light but the PC doesn't acknowledge it at all. Should I reload the M320 system from the cd?"

  • ray gallant Apr 21, 2015

    certainly can't hurt to try reloading the software .

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