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Download of Pictures to a computer without a serial port

How do I download pictures from my Philips ESP2 Camera to my Dell XPS 200 computer? I used to download the pictures to a Gateway computer through the serial port, but as far as I can tell there is no serial port on my newer Dell computer. Is there an adapter and software available so that I can accomplish the download through a UBS port? Thanks for whatever help you can provide.

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