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It takes pictures just fine but when I plug it into the computer & go into the removable disk file there is nothing there.

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Another story of camera software not working right. It's much faster, and less frustrating to get a usb card reader. It's just a dumb computer. It only knows what you train it to do. The camera's software may not be fully installed, or corrupted. But with a usb card reader(5 bucks and up) there is no software to worry about and the computer sees it as just another drive.

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