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Trying to upload some fantastic family chrissy photos. I have connected my mju410 camera with usb cord to computer but it is not recognised as connecting. Do i need a card reader? Have tried downloading a driver..Soo ignorant of what I need to do..Appreciate any help :) Maree

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Olympus cameras have different USB cords and cards, xD cards are used in Olympus and Fuji cameras only. If it is not recognized via USB cable there may be a faulty cable or USB port if the camera is working. You can get a card reader as they are fairly cheap these days and take the card out and put it in the card reader to get the Chrissy photos.

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