Question about Cameras
I think it is one of these:
1. the cable is kaput or
2. the socket where the cable goes into the camera is damaged (most probable) or
3. the socket where the cable goes into the computer is damaged (easy to check)
You could try cleaning all connections with a cotton earbud.
I've had this problem before - I damaged the camera socket - I've learnt to be more gentle! To get around it I bought a card reader. This is a better option anyway, as the delicate electronics of your camera are not subject to powers surges that may occur while it's connected to your computer.
Hope this helps! H
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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