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Upload Hey,  Dumb question, but I can't find the manual, and my husband is away. How do I upload pics from my camera to my computer. We have a docking station. Please help.

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Well, There is an extra cord that connects to the computer and the camera, I don't know the exact name of this But If you have this and are needing help with that, a pop up from your computer should come up saying "Input device" and you should be able to do it there easily.

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