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How to use my camera

I need help figuring out how to take pictures and get them on my computer. i can not get the right setting i guess. what setting does the camera have to be on to save the pictures?? if you can help me i would appreciate it.

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No matter what setting the camera is on, it should be saving your pictures. It's possible that your card is full or your internal memory is full. It's also possible that your memory card is "locked" meaning that the little switch on the side of your memory is card is switched to the locked setting. If you could tell me what kind of camera you have, I could give you more detailed instructions.

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