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Viewing my photos

I want to view my digital photos on my computer and I can't. We have a cord that connects the camera to the hard drive and my computer keeps not seeing my camera or the photos. What should I do? The camera is a fujifilm s3100 and my computer is a windows PC. I have been able to get photos at other times from the internet.

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Probably the problem is with your PC.The operating system XP can detect a camera automatically and operates with your camera.If u dont have XP u have to install the camera using the cd comes with the camera.

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