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Settings for uploading pics to computer. Does camera have to be set so as to keep on, Mine seems to turn off before contacting to computer

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Hi,
Yes, your camera set to AUTO POWER OFF, you can change it from the MENU button, I am not sure about the model name of your camera, but you can visit this link in order to see how to change AUTOPOWEROFF setting to ON or OFF.
While connecting camera you need to install camera software into your system (computer), Installing camera software is must for communication in between camera and system.
Refer device manual for connecting camera with the computer.

Good luck and have a nice day.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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