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Loading to pc via usb

Hi, i tried plugging my camera in but my laptop won't read it. Its not like its old or anything either! it makes the noise to say its found something but it doesnt load anything...
It worked on my girlfriends pc but it says you cant copy the pictures...
My email is andrewgardiner_16@hotmail.com if you can help!

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Andy

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Avoid all these problems by using a memory card reader-this will allow you easy downloads w/no software and just plug and play

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