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How can i transfer my pictures to the computer from my camera?????????? thanx

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It is not possible to give specific help without knowing the make and model of your camera.

However, most people find it convenient to simply remove the memory card from their camera and put it into a card reader attached to their computer. The card will then appear to be a removeable disk drive, and you can simply drag the pics across to your desktop. This will work with almost any camera that uses a memory card.

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