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Windows x.p. home edition does not read my camera, also does not automaticaly read d.v.d if inserted into d.v.d. drive. Both used to work but have dissapeared, any ideas?

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Usually windows will recognize it as plug and play but there should have been a cd that came with the camera and for the dvd you will have to reinstall the drives from the cd that should have came with the dvd player

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