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I am trying to download pictures off my camera card to the computer, I have the card in the computer but can't seem to find anything that will let me download. Please help Ann

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Remove card.
Place card back in reader. Screen should come up with menu for you too choose which means you wish to view contents.

Click my computer/and if card is registering/it will be listed with your other drives.

Double click, this hould then open card to view contents, it will also show you which programme you have installed to view your pics. If no pics means you have not setup poota to view your camera pics.

You need to install a viewer prog.

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