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Plugging in usb lead to computer.. XP computer doesnt see camera??

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Some cameras need a driver to be detected, but some need the installation CD to detect the camera. You can use a card reader to have the computer detect the pictures, and drag and drop them from the card to the computer. The card reader will be detected in My Computer as another drive, i.e. f:, g:, etc.
Good luck and hope this helps.

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