Question about Fuji FinePix F440 Digital Camera
Connect the camera to the PC using the USB cable which should have come with the camera (part PZ-04832-100) .
If XP is configured with the defaults, as soon as you turn on the camera, a window should pop-up stating what you want to do with the newly found block device. If you choose, "Open folder", you'll be able to browse the memory until you get to the picture folder; at that point, just drag and drop, e.g., on your desktop (you may also drag the whole picture folder).
If nothing happens, check "My Computer" and verify that a new disk has appeared, possibly labeled E: or F:; double click on it and do as above.
Otherwise, you can purchase a XD card reader (possibly your computer already has one built-in; check) and take out the memory from the camera, plug it in the PC, and go. You will find instructions here:
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