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I am not familiar with this particular camera, but I can tell you how this works with other cameras.
The camera's memory should appear as a disk drive in "My Computer" (Windows) when you connect it to the computer with a USB lead, just as the memory card does. BUT you have to remove the memory card from the camera first, or you will only see the contents of the memory card.
The error code will be due to bad batteries. Insert new batteries fully charged the camera will instantly try to zoom in or zoom out to adjust focus. If this does not happen then there is a problem with the Lens Assembly. Lens has been forced due to an accident or too much sand or dirt is clogging it up. You need to re-calibrate the focus.
This is probably THE most common failure among digital cameras. There's a halfway chance of fixing it yourself, described here: http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html
This is an easy fix for a camera shop. Just tell them that your lens is off track, and needs to be aligned. It should cost less than $50.00. If you are really good with electronics, you can attempt it yourself. Just let me know if you need the schematic to the camera.