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Please insert disk into drive E:

Why does my camera say this everytime i try to plug it into my computer and see my photos?
I looked for my disk, but i can't find it. >>

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  • lungsta May 13, 2008

    when i try to open my usb flash drive i get the same messaage

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2009

    I am trying to put pictures from my camera to the computer but when I click on removable disk in my computer it says please insert a disk into drive E how do i fix this?

  • bla7 Apr 03, 2009

    this is the most shitty camera i have ever seen.

    Constant battery problems and now it does not show up as usb device when i connect it to my computer (running Windows XP)

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Goto www.casio.com/us for driver downloads.

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