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My disc for my samsung digi camera was stolen along with my pc and i would like to know how to connect my camera to my new pc without the disc?? many thanks x x x

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Use this link for the drivers for your camera.

http://www.samsungcamera.com/popup/download.asp?prj_uid=590&prol_uid=2699

You can get tehe manual here as well

If it works please rate as 'fixya'. If it does not then get back to me and we can try something else.

Cheers

Posted on May 08, 2008

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