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It will not let me put pictures on the computer and its not the cord because i tried a new one.

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Nikon comes with a great deal of really good software for ALL Operating Systems. DO NOT have your camera attached and re install the software that came with your camera. You may also go to: http://www.nikon.com and receive a download of the software related to your camera. After installed, turn your camera ON - Then plug the USB cable into the computer and then into the computer.

Key Things To Remember:
- Have Nikon Software Installed
- Turn Camera On and set for Automatic
Plug USB cable into Computer and then into camera

Enjoy Your Photos,
Paul

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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