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Hello,

If you are using the card reader. you just simply remove the card from the camera and then insert it to the card reader.

the PC will automatically detect it and you can browse it and copy the pics to any folder you like.

also you can connect directly the camera using cable to the pc and then the PC will also automatically detect it and create drive where the pictures located and then you can browse it in the my computer and copy the picture you like and paste it to the folder you also like.

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You have to get a card reader, connect it to the pc and then inser the memory card into the card reader. it will be read on the pc. you can buy a card reader from a computer store

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