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Photo's won't upload!

My camera's been working fine until recently when I connect it to my laptop and switch it on it turns on properly instead of uploading pictures.
The laptop doesn't recognise there being anything in the USB port and I've used two different cables to try to connect the camera to the pc.

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  • utikan Dec 06, 2008

    I have the same issue. When I plug the USB cable in...nothing happens. The computer won't activate the "Found New Hardware" wizard or anything. This happens on both XP and Vista. The USB port is fine, I can plug other devices in without issue. Go figure.

  • sape Feb 04, 2009

    um i tried this solution but it did not work and i was not able to uninstall all the usb drivers as before i could do tht the mouse would get disabled can there be any other reason that the computer is not just reading this camera??
    as like the other people my windows vista reading the other usb devices....

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Try it on different pc to make sure it's not the camera, if it works on different pc, uninstall all the usb drivers in device manager then reboot

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