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I cant upload my pictures

This may be a problem with my computer but I have no clue what it could be. Ive used the disc to load, plugged the usb in to both camera and computer. followed directions to go to my computer and nothing. It doesnt show a new program and when I manually try to upload from ulead it says error: still camera not found or unable to get port name

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Most likely a computer problem, requiring a computer person to investigate. Good idea to bring camera to someone else's computer to try a USB plug-in to read pictures/video. That would identify if problem is Camera or computer. I have no problems with mine on several computers tried. Camers appears like a memory key in 'My_Computer' called 'E:' .
all luck, G-M

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