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Unable to retrieve still images from camera

I have taken still photos with my camera and now I cannot retrieve them when I connect up the camera to pc (windows xp) it tells me I am not connected can you help please?

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I just take the memory stick out & use a USB card reader to copy the photos or movies to my hard drive.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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