Question about Cameras
Not sure what model you have that is built like that, but try plugging it into USB anyway. USB does have a charge so maybe its designed to work off USB power?
If that doesn't work you may still be able to get your pictures off by removing the memory card and putting it in your computer or add-on USB card reader (if you have one, they're fairly inexpensive if not).
Otherwise please post you camera's model number and your version of windows and we can get you better instructions.
Please leave feedback if this was helpful. Thanks.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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