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Uploading the picture card.

When i put the picture card into my computer..drive thingy nothing happens. How do i bring the pic's up?

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If you have XP or Vista, just go to "My Computer" and you will see your card as another removable memory/media, double click on it and you'll see the folders for your card.

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