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I would recommend buying them off of Ebay. In my city, the cord is about 40-50 dollars in any store and about 2 dollars on eBay.
Find the model number of your camera and then do a search on ebay with your model number. You will find the cord.
You can also buy a USB stick that you can insert your memory card into and then plug into a USB slot in your computer. These USB sticks are sold also on eBay, or any store like Best Buy, Future Shop, etc.
1 or more of your memory modules may be failing. If you only have 1 module then remove it and replace it (try to find someone with a spare to test this before spending money to replace it). If you have two modules remove all but the Slot 0 module and try to boot. If you still error remove the slot 0 module and put in a different chip to slot 0. Continue this for all sticks of memory. Replace all chips that erred. It is best to try both of these methods with known working memory before spending any money. This system uses PC133 SDRAM in configurations of 128MB, 256MB, and 512MB DIMMs.
BIOHD-8 is an error code that refers to the hard disk SMART capability. So this is an indication that your hard drive might be failing or at least lost its' SMART capability. So you need to back up your data just in case. Enter your computer BIOS menu and check for HDD SMART capability and set it to Disabled. Restart your computer and try to go through the same things that made problems before. If your problems persist then you'll need to replace your hard drive.
Try unplugging it and plugging it back in. If then you get no power try plugging it into the wall directly and check the power cord unplug it and plug it back in (From the back of the PC). When you press the power button put your ear to the PC and listen for a metallic click. Most PC's use a small micro switch to tun the power on and off but they do make a small noise if you listen.
If all this does not work the power supply is probably bad. If it is under warranty then send it in. If it is not under warranty you can replace it yourself all you need is a half hour and screw driver. From the picture above it looks like a regular tower so any ATX power supply will do.
But if you are not the get your hands dirty type any pc tech place can replace it for you and should only charge you $40 for labor plus $20 to $40 for the Power supply itself. By the way when shopping for a power supply you do not need that 1000w with the flashing neon lights. Get one that is around 700w look at the fan I personally would spend the extra money to get one with a large 4 inch fan with lots of air flow money worth spent in my book. The large fan can get more air flow for a cooler pc and since the fins are larger it can do it with less RPMs so you have a quiet little box in your corner.
Hope this was helpful
If you want the best band for your dollar in a quad core, I would say to go for either the Q9550 or if you have the money, the Q9650. If you want a great performance to dollar ratio, the Core 2 Duos are a good option as well, with the E8500 and E8600 being the best. Quad cores are not really being utilized right now, but they will be in the future, so it would be a more future proof upgrade to go with a good quad core. If you do not want to spend a bunch of money but still get a quad, the Q6600 is still a great option in a quad for under $200.
I believe you might be able to get a copy of the receipt if you payed with credit card. I know you can do this at Circuit City. If you purchased one of their protection plans. If you read the pamphlet that they give you when you purchase the plan, it states at the bottom that user must retain this certificate and receipt for proof of purchase. Thats how they make their money in the hopes you will lose your stuff and never use it. Thats why I like circuit city they keep that sort of thing on file. You can still give it a try as I would. Here is the their number for questions regarding this 1-888-237-8289. Good luck hope this was some help, Lee