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COMPUTER WON'T RECOGNIZE CAMERA TO DOWNLOAD PICTURES

WHEN I CONNECT MY INSIGNIA 10.0 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA TO MY COMPUTER, IT WON'T RECOGNIZE THE CAMERA AND I CAN'T DOWNLOAD PICTURES.

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Have you installed drivers for it from either online or a cd-rom?
Did it ever work and if it doesn't now, when did it stop working?

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