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Need driver for my A204I have lost the disc. Have just changed my computer the set up guy didn't copy all my applications across

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SOURCE: Im changing computers, & lost Driver disc for Fuji FinePixA805

You can use a card reader to download your pics to a folder you create on your desktop.

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No software for fuji finepix A204 GOT CAMERA AND USB LEAD. NEED SOFTWARE TO DOWNLOAD PICS.


go to the link below for the driver, you dont need software as you can explore the camera in my computer and copy then paste the photos, but windows may come up with picture viewer when you connect the cam up to the pc

http://www.fujifilm.co.uk/consumer/digital/digital-cameras/legacy-cameras/finepix-a204-zoom/support

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Copying data on to a DVD


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