Question about Cameras
One of the easiest ways to transfer the pictures onto your computer is to remove the memory card and plug it into a card reader (either built in or a USB card reader if you have one). If not, you can connect your camera to your computer by the USB cable.
Once you plug the camera or the card in, Windows will usually ask you if you want to import the images. You can do that or import them manually by opening up the SD card or camera in my computer and dragging the files to the folder you want to store them in. The pictures are often in a folder called DCIM, but you may have to search around on the card.
If the CD's software is particularly important, please post your camera's brand and model and we can try to find a download for you.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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