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Select all the pictures (Control-A on Windows) then drag-and-drop the whole selection then sit back.

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I have managed to get pictures from my memory stick, unfortunately i can still view pictures in my camera without the memory stick which i want to download too. The problem is that i dont have an USB cable...


no sadly i have seen this same problem before luckely i was able to get a cheap cable for the customer but other than that there is no way of copying the pictures to disc i suggest you try finding a cheap cable from such sites as ebay youl be surprised how cheap they are.


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