Use a USB cord found at a local computer store or even kmart, choose mass storage when you hook it in, a window will pop up, go down until you see "open folder to view files" go to DCIM, then go to 200img, and your photos will be there, from there, just copy them to a picture folder
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you don't need any drivers for this camera if you have windows xp,it should just work I just got me .the same type of camera ,got it as a gift came home.plugged it and my windows XP recognized it right away it install the drivers right there and then,everything was done automatically try and go to "system device" and see if there is any yellow mark on the usb area if there is one, then do a driver update. good luck!! Shawn
The camera you purchased usually comes with power director,win movie maker will also work. Here are a couple of links to sites that have them available: