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Can not dump photos from syber shot camera to my PC

I can not dump photos from camera to my PC. when I do it keeps telling me to download flash macromedia first. I can not buy it so I dumpt it for free from adobee site. but my computer does not accept it and keep saying in order to open up softwear to dump photos I still need to have flash. I used Roxie to dump photos but it is in a format wich I am very uncomfortable to work with. I appreciate all advice to dump my photos and to be able to wrok with them (edit, sent...). Not sure about the exact model so it is not the one choosen from the meanue here
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Hi, Welcome to FixYa.


If you are using a memory card, you have to remove it from camera and put it in adapter and connect to computer using a card reader..
If you are having hard disk, Then use USB cable to connect to computer. computer will detect it as normal drive.

Here is a link which discusses same problem
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090211174705AAHTq6l

Also the link below will help you in transfering files
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/takeit/transfer.mspxcorder-Review.htm

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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