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Ihave sony full hd HC1080 camera i can't transfer photos from camera

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( CARD READER TO PC)
The best and easy way is took out the memory card from the camera & insert in the memory card Reader. Then connect card reader with the PC. Now open My computer and there you can find removal disk driver ( For Example G: ). Open the driver and copy all the folders from there to your computer. After complete the transfer open the folder. You will find all the photos there. b>OR

( CAMERA TO PC USED USB CORD )

Connect the camera with data cable and turn on the camera. After that open My computer and there you can find removal disk driver ( For Example G: ). Open the driver and copy all the folders from there to your computer. After complete the transfer open the folder. You will find all the photos there. http://www.ehow.com/how_2282213_transfer-pictures-from-camera-computer.html

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