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Trying to transfer images

I repeatedly receive the message " one momement" and nothing happens. The USB cable seems to be fine and I know the usb ports are working. Please can you help

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The best solution is to obtain a card reader. Apart from anything else it will save a fortune on battery power. Are you connecting the camersa direct to computer or via a hub? and how many other USB devices are hooked up and running? All relevant- reduce these and see what hapens

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