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does your camera has a usb port? if it does try finding the appropriate usb cable, if it doesn't check if it has any bluetooth or some other connectivity devices.if it does you will have to install a bluetooth device to your computer in order to transfer photos and videos.
In a pinch you could cut apart 2 other USB cables and splice the two male A ends together. There are 4 wires and a ground sheathing. The wires in USB cables are almost always the same colors so just match them up and you are ready to go.
Go get a card reader and transfer your images thru that. That's the only way I ever transfer my images from camera to computer. You can get one relatively inexpensive...that is...if your computer doesn't already have a card slot in it.
Please discard that the USB port or the USB cable are defective. You can do it if you try to hook your camera in other personal computer using the same USB cable. If it works, then follow the next instructions.
Connect your camera to the PC thru the USB cable and turn it on.
If you are using Windows, go to the Control panel - System - Hardware - Devices - and check if there is any device that was not recognized by Windows. Such devices are marked with a yellow question mark.
If so, get into the device item and with right mouse click, select to update the device driver.
If there was not unrecognized device, then you can unistall your USB port driver and then run a change hardware status to recognize the USB port again, then run the update driver routine.