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Panosonic DMC-FZ20 I cannot download pictures from my camera unto my computer. I have checked all the setting and per my manual they are all set. Also when ever i attach the USB cable to the cemera from the computer for download the computer frezees up. Any advise?

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I suspect the plug in the camera as I have the same problem. Am using a card reader. Can see a loose pin in the camera connector and have replaced the cable with same result. otherwise a good camera.

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The problem may be with the computer. Have you tried connecting the camera to any other computer? If it is the camera, you might just want to pick up a cheap card reader and pop your SD card into it. Multi card readers sell for $5-$15 and will read most of the flash cards that are out there today. Jid

Posted on Apr 22, 2007

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