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Where to plug camera into on back of computer

I received a Nikon Coolpix. I have understood everything except where to plug the USB cable in on the back of my computer. Its a little flat square shape and I do not see a hole that this will fit in.

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  • BostonGirl Jan 04, 2008

    Yes, I did find the port. Never noticed it before. Thank you! Everything is working great.

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Which computer are you using? Sometimes you will find the USB ports on the front.

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