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Use the cord provided with the camera or find one that will fit into one of the ports on the side of camera (usually this is a USB-B cord). Once you plug it into your computer the operating system should recognize it without drivers and you can explore it as if it were a flash drive.

Either that or pull the SD card (memory card) out of the camera and use an SD card reader if you have one.

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