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Transferring data from phone to computer

I want to transfer the photos from my mobile to the computer but the data cable and Mobile phone management suite software CD I bought yesterday and installed today don't allow me to do so. I keep getting a message saying the driver cannot be found even though I downloaded them as instructed on the CD - please help

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Hi are the photos on a external memory card. If so use a card reader and transfer the photos to the computer that way. I do this all of the time with mine. Good luck,

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I think you need a detailed step by step guide to assist you with the task before you i.e transferring photos from you phone to your laptop.
Below is a detailed solution to your problem;
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