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Wont download onto my computer

I also dropped my camera a distance of 18 inches...now it wont download my photos onto my computer....help....

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I had to fix a similar problem with a friends camera. If the lens dosn't come out when you turn it on, You will have to, or get some one, to open the camera up. there are lots of tiny screws to remove. You will find one of the ribbon cables has popped the retaining clip, and you will have to snap it back into place. Note: put a piece of tape over the Flash wire inside or you get a good zap from it.

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