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Not able to transfer pictures from camera to computer

I've been transferring pictures from camera to computer for approx. 2 years with no problem but last time I tried an error appeared saying "cannot detect camera". Not doing anything different this time. Any ideas?

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From now on, use a card reader to download pics. That's what the pros do.

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