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Software have bought new laptop with vista installed. How can I transfer pictures from my camera as my old computer had windows 98 as is the cd-rom I got when I purchased my camera.

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    i am unable to locate the provided disc to down load my pictures on to my laptop is it possible to do so without the disc

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Try using a removable data card in your camera. And uploading with a card reader. no software needed just upload to a new folder.

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You will not need any software
Vista can cope on its own.

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