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My USB cord quit working

I was wondering if there's a way to transfer the pictures from the internal memory to the SD memory card. I can use my card reader to download those, but I have some pictures stuck on the internal memory that I can't transfer to my computer because I think the USB cord is fudged up. Every time I try, I plug the USB into the computer, plug the other end into the camera and turn on the computer. Sometimes I hear the little noise that tells me the computer recognizes that I have plugged something in, immediately followed by the noise that tells me it's been unplugged. Other times, The camera stays in "USB mode" and the computer never recognizes it. My favorite is when I turn the camera on and it goes straight to camera mode like I was going to take pictures of my computer. Anyway, I was hoping someone could help me get these pics out of the internal memory so I don't have to try and find somewhere to buy a new cord. Thank you so much for reading my long-winded problem. Sara I've plugged in the cord. which is attached to my computer. And I received a pop-up stating it can't recognize the usb device.

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  • Swaggaman Jun 22, 2008

    No I have no way to copy them.. I'm trying to load them to my computer but its saying my computer does not recognize the device.

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If the pictures are stuck in your internal camera memory, you will need a cord to get them off unelss you can transfer them to your memory card first. You should be able to copy the pics there.

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    Tim Babcock Jun 22, 2008

    Lets try this again. If I'm reading this correctly you have pictures stuck in the internal memory of your camera and you need to get them out. Since you think the USB is bad does your camera have a way of taking the pictures from the internal memory and copying them to the memory card in your camera?



    I can get this fixed for you here if you answer some questions.

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jun 22, 2008

    Next question. Your pictures are stored on memory card that is removeable. Do you have a reader on your computer that can read the card?



  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jun 22, 2008

    I was reading the manual. Heres a copy of it if you don't have one:



    http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/cool...



    See page 75.



    You can copy the pictures to a memory card.

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jun 22, 2008

    Do you have a memory card in your camera?

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