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USB device not recognized

I am not able to transfer my photos from my camera to the computer. When I plug the camera in it saus USB device not recognized. I tried to purchase a 1GB memory card to transfer my memory and it says that the format is not supported. Please hep me I just want to know how to save my pictures and rid my self of this retarded camera.

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  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2008

    I cannot download the pictures from my camera onto my computer.I have a FujiFilm F 700 digital camera and windows xp on my pc.I had installed the software. When connecting the USB cable from the PC to my camera, it states USB device is not recognized by windows. What has to be done to solve this problem

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2008

    cant get my pic into pc

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You can buy a memory card that suites your camera ( xD, sD, MMC) you should see your camera manual to find what type of those memory cards works with it, then transfer the images to the card. after that, you can buy a memory card reader for cheep from best buy or whatever store and transfer images to PC easily.

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