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I have a Genius digital camera it is G-shot D610. I have taken photos without a a memory card. The photos are sitting in my camera and I don't know how to access these photos. I don not have a usb cord for this camera. Please help me Marie

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The only way you will be able to access the photos on your computer is by plugging in the camera via USB. You can purchase a USB chord at any electronic store.

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