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Downloading. I have it plugged into the computer. But it won't go in. Like, nothing comes up saying download, upload etc. So yea, I don't know what to do and I really want to put these up on the computer(the video's I have)

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If you have not tried doing this, go into "my computer" then select "Removable Disk(F:)" or for the internal memory of the camera it should say "Removable Disk (G:)" click on one of those and it should come up. if not you need to download the cameras software

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