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Freezing after downloading several pics

Thank you for your prompt help.
I set the camera back to default. The first time it stopped again. Afterwards I replaced the USB cable and it downloaded the photos very slowly but finished. The PC continues to operate with 100% CPU load.
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Buy a USB card reader, insert the camera and open it as a drive and then drag and drop your photo's to a folder on your computer.. Card readers would cost about 10-20$. The other option will be a firmware update which i have heard has screwed up some cameras..

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