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Windows computer doesn't meet the system requirements as stated on the camera packaging.

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With the very limited info you've provided, no one will be able to solve your problem very quickly. Please provide the Windows version you are running (whether 32 or 64 bit) and the manufacturer's name and model of the camera if you wish to use the camera and computer as described in the camera's manual. You might be able to work the camera's supplied software in one of Windows' "Compatibility" modes.

If you're willing to forgo trying to get that combination working - you should be able to buy an inexpensive external card reader that connects via USB to your computer - and insert the memory card from your camera into it - instead of trying to transfer pictures directly out from the camera (assuming you are unable to transfer pictures AND the memory is removable). Windows has built-in software with the ability to display JPEG (or JPG) images and can do some minor editing on them. You can also purchase image editing software that can provide a much broader range of edits if desired.

Please rate this reply if you found it helpful - good luck!

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