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I got this camera a while back and have lost the disk that came with it. My computer crashed and had to be replaced but I can no longer use the camera because I have no driver for it Is there a way I can down load one?

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In some cameras, if you open the 'drive' (your memory card), you may see only a folder.
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3) if you have a compatable printer- put your card in there and try to print your photos.
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if the other devices or cards work with your laptop- then it might be a dodgy card

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if the card works in a different computer- then it might be a problem with your laptop

if the card dosent work in a different computer- it might be a dodgy card.

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