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Won't let me download photos onto my computer

I let my daughter borrow my camera, and now we both have this problem. She said about two months ago it wouldn't let her download photos by plugging the camera into a USB port. So I told her to bring it back to me, and when I tried it, I got this message, A USB device has exceeded the power limits of its hub port. Unknown USP device. So then I let my husband take the car out of the camera and use his Kodak card reader, and it won't work on his computer. But I did find out, if I take it to my TV and plud in the Viedo card from camera to TV, I can view the photos. But this doesn't help if I want to save them. Do you think I need a new card, or do you think there is something I need to download from the internet to fix it? I'm pretty new at all of this, but before I could plug camera into my computer, turn camera on and could see my photos on the computer and then tell computer to save the photos in a file folder..

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I am no expert. however, I would respectfully suggest you check the USB lead and if that is fine you might unistall the Fuifilm software completely from you PC and then reinstall it from the CD's that cam e with the camera. The card is only a storage item and from what you say it has stored the information. Hope this assists you. Brian

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