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Problems trying to connect to the computer

It used to be alright, but we stopped using the camera for a while, then we recently just took it out and took a few pictures with it, and we want to upload them onto the computer - but when we connect the camera via the USB cord there's no reaction.

The USB port works, and the USB cord works with my other utilities eg. mp4...

Could it be that the USB port on the camera's damaged?

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  • Quasar_DR Apr 06, 2008

    Any way I can fix it?

  • javaridgebac Apr 18, 2008

    The camera works fine, but when I connect to my computer(mac, iphoto) via USB, the display mode powers down in 2 seconds. When not connected, the display mode is fine. Because of this, I can not transfer pix to my computer. Thoughts?

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Ya, u check ur camera USB port i think some looscontacts,

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