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USB Connection to PC

I have a Casio Exilim EX-Z55 camera with connection problem to PC. It says the computer cannot recognize the device. I checked the device manager (WIN XP) to find the unknown device listed under the USB control directory. Both Mass Storage and PTP setup give the same results. I appreciate it if someone could help me out. Thanks!

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These comments may seem piffling but funnier things have occurred. When a camera is connected to PC- the system recognises it as another drive and puts up a screen asking what you want to do with the pictures - that's what should happen- as I am sure you know. But it does require the camera to be switched on and the memory card in place. If this is what you have done- what I suggest is you get a cheap USB card reader.

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