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Computer crashed n have no software cd for camera!

My computer crashed n i lost the software cd for my nikon camera n now i want to download pictures on my new computer and i cant! help i can i do it without the cd?

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Try downloading 'Nikon Transfer' from the Nikon website.

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If you're connecting camera via usb to a Mac (OS X) the camera memory and any cards mount as a volume you can drag files from.

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