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Iphone transfer photos to laptop

I had to get a new hard drive and i want to get photos that are on a sub folder in my iphone uploaded into my laptop.
I have VISTA and windows 2003
can you help me.
They are my wedding photos! and the old drive is corupted totlaly!!!
Bella

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So you saved them on your iphones hard drive instead of the photos library?

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