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I can't get pictures from camera to computer . I don't have the original software disk

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You need the driver for this camera loaded in your computer I see
The webpage link below will have this here ready for you to download. It will be listed about in the middle of the page when it comes up. Copy and paste this link or click onto it




http://www.soft32.com/s/Windows/Drivers/Scanners/3-374-60-0.html


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