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Replacement CD I need to get my pictures off of my camera, because the memory is full and I can't take any more. The problem is: I can't find my CD and I have a new computer without the info on it. Where can I get a new CD?

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  • gmvw Jun 04, 2008

    Thank you for your prompt and very helpful answer! That did work, and I put the pics on CD to be sure I had them. The problem was that I inadvertently had 3 videos, instead of the 3 pictures I meant to take, which must have used up the memory. Now, I can't figure out how to clear the stuff off of the camera to free up the memory. I am so befuddled, because I used to do this all the time without a hitch! Any help there? Thanks, again!

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If using xp or vista it really should be plug and play-turn the camera on and in playback mode and windows should recognize the camera w/usb cable and offer to download-if not use memory card reader if you have a card in the camera or go to manuf web site and check for software

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