Question about Cameras
The easiest way is to remove the memory card from your camera and plug it into the appropriate card reader on your computer or external reader (if you have one or are willing to spend a little to get one). Otherwise you can plug the camera into your computer with the USB cable that came with it.
Either way, after a few seconds your computer should recognize the new device. It may pop up a notification window asking you if you want to import the pictures automatically (you can if you want).
To transfer them manually, open two windows of "My computer". Navigate one to the folder where you would like to move the pictures to as a destination. In the other one, open up the folder named after your camera or the memory card. Copy the pictures from your card to the destination folder. A lot of times the pictures will be in a folder called something like DCIM on the card / camera.
You can also go to the manufacturer's site and search for your model and see if they still offer the software as a download.
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Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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