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How to transfer selected photos from my S9000 to the PC (XP)?

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  • sertrem Mar 07, 2008

    Thank you johnlouie...my question is how to transfer «selected» photoa. Let me explain. Suppose I have 50 photos in my camera. I would like to choose by exemple 5 of them and transfer them to my PC, without the remaining 45. How can I do that?
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    sertrem

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You need a cable connection betweem camera and computer

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  • Luis Magtarayo Mar 07, 2008

    when the camera installed to the computer its act a usb storage disk, use windows explorer to open it and copy all file.

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