Question about Casio Cameras
The pictures on your camera are almost certainly being written to a memory card that is in the camera. The most common cards are SD, CF, and memory stick. You can buy a USB memory card reader that will read all of these formats for about $10 at any electronics store. Plug the reader in your computer and then just insert your memory card any time you want to get the pictures off the camera and put them on your computer. This is easier than messing with the cables that come with cameras anyway.
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