Question about Cameras
Generally when you plug in your camera, the computer should recognize the camera and start the upload. You may need to install any type of software that came with your camera on your computer.
If this proves unsuccessful, then you might want to invest in a multi card reader. They are generally inexpensive and work on a plug and play basis also.
I hope this helps.
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First you shutdown your computer, then disconnect all power cords. I don't know if you have a tower or a deskpro, with the tower just slide the panel out pulling from the back, you may have to remove a piece from the front with a tower. Pay attension to how your cd rom is hooked up, I don't know if this is a combo (cd/dvd/RW) if it's a combo, if it is a combo you would have to take out the old drive and replace with the new, just pay attenion to how the old drive is hooked there should be two cords to connect to . If there separate drives there should be an empty bay. Let me know how your doing, and if I can assist you more.........Thanks, Heidi
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