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Most cameras will act like a memory stick or pen drive when you plug it in to your computer. You do not necessarily need special software to get the pictures, however, sometimes this is easier.
If your camera and computer are working properly, then you should be able to see it under My Computer so... just to to "my computer" and manually drag and drop the photos where you want them. If nothing happens when you plug your camera in, then there is probably more going on than just bad software.
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Connect the camera to your computer by using the camera's USB cable.
Connecting a camera to a computer with a USB cable
Turn on the camera.
In the AutoPlay dialog box that appears, click Import pictures and videos using Windows.
(Optional) To tag the pictures, type a tag name in the Tag these pictures (optional) box.
By default, the folder name includes the date the pictures and videos are imported and the tag name.
A new window opens and shows the imported pictures and videos.
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