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My camera will not download to my computer. I

My camera will not download to my computer. I have connected the USB and the plug in device to the camera but where it used to download automatically at present I get no response.

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Hi,
It sounds some thing wrong with camera supporting software in computer, please reinstall easy share software cd in computer and check camera picture files transfer function.
You can also transfer pictures in computer in easy way, take out memory card from camera and plug it in memory card reader (widely available in stores under $10-15) and hook memory card reader in computer in its usb port and transfer files like usb flash drive.
Thanks.

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