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My computer doew not recognise the usb connection with the camera. I don't have a driver disc. What can i do?

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Does your camera possibly come with an SD memory card (blue, with gold contacts)? If so, many computers have slots that you can put these cards in. If your computer does, simply insert it and it should be recognised. If there is no slot, try asking family/friends or consider investing in a card reader (office supply store).

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