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My computer cant find my camera s i cant transfer pics or vidoes

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Connecting Camera To PC Install the Software of your camera in the your PC by using the CD which came with your camera...If you don't have that thendownload it from its manufactureres site...after that connect your camera to the PC using data cable which came with that camera...if you don't have that cable you can buy new one separately from market..after connecting data cable it will ask you three Modes in which you want to connect your camera..you have to select one...

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

  • mariah_washi Oct 24, 2010

    i tried downloading the software and it didnt work

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