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Just got a laptop with windows 7, use to using windows xp. Can't figure out how to upload pictures from my digital camara to my laptop?

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If your new laptop has a card reader, just take the camera card out of your camera, plug it into your laptop and then go to my computer and select the camera card. You can select all the pictures and drag them to wherever you want to save them on your computer.

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