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Computer drive does not work !!!

I got a Clipishot digital camera and i have the disk but my cd-dvd drive won`t work where can i get a FREE download ????

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Go to Sakar.com, Search for the model number, and click download drivers.

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My daughter assisted me with turning the tower over so it layed flat on the floor. We were then able to insert the disk & upload the Photags Express software.

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