Question about Cameras
if you are using Windows and go to "My computer" or "Computer" (if on Vista), you should be able to see your hard drive, any CD drives and so on. With your camera plugged into your computer, you should also be able to see that camera.
Double click on the camera in "Computer", and you should find folders. Now I dont know exactly which camera you are using now, but many cameras have only 2 folders. 1 for picture memory, and one for some system files.
If you can find your picture files, you should be able to highlight + copy/drag them right over to the folder of your choice on your computer.
I really hope that this has helped to solve your problem, please let me know if there is anything else I can do to help you. Good luck!
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