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If you are trying to upload it to a computer then you need a disc which should have come with it and a cord with a USB plug on 1 end and a camera attaching plug on the other end.Is it new or used/bought from someone in the paper/someone you don't know?Let me know.
you should have a USB cord with you camera just hook it up and use your install wizard to get the proper software off the internet (make sure your connected to the internet while doing so) and you should be able to transfer photos from your camera to your computer
Your USB cable is fine, I use a generic cable with my A590 with no problems. Connect the USB cable to the camera then your computer, make sure that the camera is set to the view setting instead of picture taking setting and then turn your camera an. Your computer should then see the camera. This is the only combination that works with my camera.
I can'tg upload pictures. I have a polarioid t11031 digital camera, and I have a USB cord ffor it, but my computer does not recognize it when I plug it in. I want to know how I can get the pitctures off my camera and onto my computer.
try uploading your pictures using your friend's similar datacable.. if you are able to do it then the problem lies with your cable.replace it. if the computer still doesnt recognize your camera try using a memory card reader and you can easily upload your pictures through it.. hope your problem is tackled. thanks for using fixya!. please dont forget to rate my solution.
i know its not ideal but why dont you borrow a friends camera and usb lead, put your card into their camera and upload them onto your computer via their camera, at least then you can save your special pictures and rectify the problem later
The Panasonic Lumix digital camera you bought comes with an USB cable. Try to find the data cable port in the sides of your cam and insert. The other end must also go to your PCs USB port. Even without an installer, the PC will be able to detect your camera as a removable drive. Explore your Camera as a removable drive and extract your desired picture files into your PC of laptop.