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Coolpix3200 my camera has always worked fine, but recently when i try to upload pics to my computer, my computer does not even recognize my camera is there. i have a macbook and nothing has changed since the last time i have uploaded pictures. i have tried restarting computer/taking batteries out of camera, everything.

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  • hortonsbks Jul 08, 2008

    I am having the same problem, except I am on Windows Vista. It suddenly quit recognizing the camera. I bought a new cord, but no help.

  • pmarks Aug 25, 2008

    i can't download photos from camera to computer.

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Check by plugging it into the other USB Port, sometimes a port refresh helps, Some times if you start up your mac with the camera plugged in it only thinks it has a drive there...swap to the other drive and wait to see if it is recognised, you can also open drive utility and look for it there as a Plug in Drive... this may help as it may show up there unmounted, if so then click the Mount Button. ...C

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