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Dc-t50 won't transfer pictures onto my computer

I have a dc-t50, and for the past few months i cannot transfer pictures onto my computer. i connect it to my usb chord and all and it still won't work. i think it's pushed in all the way. the light stays red. is it the usb chord or the camera?

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  • schezie30 Sep 05, 2008

    I am having the exact same problem and I even bought a new USN cable so I know that is not the problem. I downloaded the drivers for the camera dc-t50 and still the computer is saying driver not installed

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Hey roboticgirl,
What is most likely causing this are the drivers that run the included software have either been accidentally deleted or they need to be updated. I would reinstall the software that came with the camera, or you could purchase a card reader and upload your pictures to your computer that way which should not require any drivers other than the ones in your operating system. I hope this helps!

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Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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