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Computer wont download pictures

Everthing has worked ok up till today, now when i connect USB to camera and to computer it doesnt do anything, all it tells me at bottom of screen is its safe to remove hardware, any ideas whats gone wrong

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  • Angie Jul 26, 2009

    thanks for replying, make and model is fujifilm finepix A360, it came with a USB cable and first time i connected it to camera & computer it installed necessary software to download pictures from camera, now it doesnt do any thing apart from teling me it safe to remove hardware, i had a look in add or remove progs, but couldnt find finepix, have also tried to re install but it still tells me its safe to remove hardware, got to say i'm quite new to all this, but it cant be that hard to sort out can it.

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What is the make and model no. of your camera, Was it come with any kind of software, if yes, Than uninstall the software and drivers for camera from the add or remove program and than reinstall it and replug your camera.

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    Karan Trikha Jul 26, 2009

    WEll you can click on start/run in case you are using windows XP and for Vista There would be a white box where start and search ould be written there,

    there you need to type devmgmt.msc and hit enter which will bring up the device manager there.

    In the device manager Just check if your camera is listed there, if yes than uninstall it from there, you can Right click on a device and uninstall it from device manager.

    and than Uninstall all the USB device listed there and than restart the computer and after this replug the camera and see if it works not? and You can try connecting your camera to different USB ports as well.


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