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Trying to Download Pictures

I am trying to download pictures and keep getting the message: "USB Mode Connecting...Switch on [MENU]" When I do this is takes me to the USB connect mode and I click Auto and it will just cycle over and over. I have tried to re-download the drivers and there is an error on everyone of them. It is looking for PMB version 3.0.

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  • bargainscout May 01, 2010

    I don't have a card reader unfortunately. I ended up rebooting my computer and everything worked just fine. I guess when all else fails, reboot.

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Why not use a card reader instead of your camera?...works every time.

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