Question about Cameras
This is a difficult question to answer without more details. However, most cameras have a USB connection which you can connect to any USB port on your computer (replacement cables can be purchased almost anywhere, try Best Buy) and once you connect your camera and have it in playback mode, your computer will automatically detect the camera and show up in "My Computer."
Another method you can do is take your digital camera card out of the camera and use a media card reader which reads your type of camera card.
If you need more info, you can find the manuals of most cameras online, if it is a canon go to canon.com, etc.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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