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No. The EX-Z60 does not charge the battery through the USB port. You need to use the supplied charger. Alternatively, if you have the EX-Z60DX cradle, you can plug the camera into the cradle and plug the cradle into a wall outlet. However, using the cradle will not let you charge the camera through the USB port either.
You won'tfind a USB port on any camera. But you will find a tiny socketinto which a plug goes and the cable connected to it has a USB plug on the other end. So Look for a small socket and that is where you pplug the USB cable into. Try looking at the sides of the camera.
Parts or a new cradle are hard to find. I don't think Fuji makes them any more, although, depending on where you live, that country's distribution source may still have stock. What we sell our customers is a small charger which recharges the battery outside of the camera. They are about $10 US and plug into the USB port on any computer.
I don't believe Fuji has a cable to connect directly from camera to computer. The easiest solution is to obtain a card reader which reads the xD cards. Make sure it has drivers for the "M" and "H" type cards, if that's what you have. Some of the cards are single slot (hard to find for xD), & some are multi-slot, in that they will accept various types of cards.
Turn the camera on. On the camera, press the 'MENU' button and go to the third page of the 'Set Up' tab. For the 'USB' field, select the 'Mass Storage (USB DIRECT-PRINT)' option, instead of the 'PTP(PictBridge) option. This worked for me when I was getting the "Check connections" error message, about a minute after pressing the 'USB' button on the cradle, while the camera was in the cradle and I was trying to download my photos from the camera to my computer.