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Help con connect to camera i downloading everything and it says to put in the disk i did then it says plug in the camera i did and then it says double click the my camera shortcut but it says it can't hook up my coputer up with my files i've been trying 4 days please help me

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Heyo....try another USB port....some things prefer USB1 ports and others are USB2 (these are faster).

IF that doesn't work, what is the name and manufacturer of the camera?

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