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USB PORT CONNECTION ON CAMERA

MY PHOTOS ARE NO LONGER TRANSFERRING TO MY COMPUTER. IT'S NOT THE CABLE, I BOUGHT A NEW ONE. I BELIEVE IT'S IN THE CONNECTION ON BOTH THE CAMERA AND ON MY COMPUTER. SPECIFICALLY ABOUT THE CAMERA, WHAT DO I DO?

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Go to My Computer, or control panel and go to Search for Device, and it will search for the camera. You should be able to find it. Also you can click on the USB port connection tab on the taskbar.

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