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I'm trying to hook up my camera to my computer which is a emachine t6420 and my camera is a Sony DSC-p52. The computer says it reads memory sticks but the slot is way to big for my memory stick. Does anybody know the name of the adaptor I need or what cable I should use.Thanks for help

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Dear Tim


For your Your camera Sony DSC-p52 it use a memory stick pro (MS-Pro)
you can use a card reader to read and write your file

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