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Does not connect to computer

I have never had a problem with my camera for the year or so that I have had it until last night. I tried to download some new pictures onto my computer but it would not connect. I tried moving the USB cable to another slot but still nothing. I did notice that the USB had a slightly loose connection to the camera. Any ideas!

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  • joanmets May 31, 2008

    pc will acknowledge USB connection but will not open a connection with the nikon camera. Unable to download any pics. reads as communications error. Any help

  • joasia30 Jun 01, 2008

    i have the same prolem.Does not connect to computer.i dont know why.

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