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Is the problem occuring in the USB, Memory Card or the Camera?

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I was downloading pictures from my camera into the computer this morning and it worked just fine, but then the battery died just as I was uploading some photos onto facebook so I went to charge the battery. A few hours later I decided to try again but this time when i turned on the camera to get the photos onto the computer again, it didn't work. It just said USB Mode Connecting but it doesn't actually connect...
I'm not sure if there is something wrong with the USB, the memory card or the camera itself but the camera works just fine and it can read the USB...
i don't know why the photos will not download though...

please help me...

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Hello, i have the same camera, the LCD is not bright i can barely see the LCD, any of you have any idea how to fix it wihtout having to send it back to warranty? i checked al the settings and they are right the LCD should be working well.

i will really appreciate your help.

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