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The connector to the computer

I connected the calbe to the computer and connected the other side to the video camer and it said on my video camera if i wanted cd or camera. i pressed camera and then my screen went black. where can i find my pictures from the video camera on the computer?

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  • freddyt1 Oct 16, 2008

    how do i get my ZORAN00000001 polaroid to work without the cd because i lost my cd and i have no clue how to work it without the cd so can you please help me?

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The simplest solution is to buy a cheap SD card reader and connect it to your computer. Then put the SD memory card from the camera in the reader. Windows XP will open a dialogue window asking you what you want to do with the pictures.

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You will need a firewire cable.
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Your computer will also need to have firewire either built onboard, or via an addin card that you can purchase at any PC shop.
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