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When i plug my digital camara into my computer, my computer do not recognize it

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At first try to connect through USB

  • Just connect your camera data cable into the USB port of the Computer
  • On your camera
  • Then Right Click on My Computer select Manage then Go to the Device Manager and Click on Update Hardware Option
  • After updated you see a Icon as yellow Question Marks with The name of your camera.
  • Just Right Click on it and select Update Driver
  • Do as per the given Direction.

After successfully install your driver you just restart your computer. Your camera is now installed with your PC

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