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Answer: To import your images from a digital camera or flash card, plug the device into an open USB port on your Mac. iPhoto will recognize the connection, open itself, and be ready for import. To import your photos, click the Import button and your images will be transferred into the iPhoto library. You have the option of deleting the images from your camera automatically after import, making your camera ready to use immediately
The real problem is the USB is not recognized, here is wah the experts say to do.
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