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You will need to check your manual for download instructions not all cameras are the same however, if you have the camera software installed try following this work flow. First make sure your camera has enough power to complete the download, turn off the camera plug the USB cable into the USB port on the computer then the mini USB on the camera. If you have been turning the camera on this may be part of the problem a lot of cameras use the playback button to transfer pictures from the camera to the computer. Diagram of play back button
If you put a digital card into the camcorder then you can take it out and put into your computer, printer or regular camera. Windows should have a program though that will let you transfer the pictures from the camcorder to your computer.
i only know 1:
To DELETE PHOTOS:
1.click the button on the front near mode
click it 6 or 7 times untill the CA button comes up
when it does click the button on top.
TAKE A PICTURE:
1.point to where ever the thing/person you want to take a picture of
click the button on the top untill you here a beep that means you took a pic.
keep taking pictures untill you here a beep beep that means you cant take any more pics untill you delete some or one( when your deleting one you can ONLY delete the last one you took) or just all.
then connect the usb to the camera and computer and click "MY CAMERA" (the program you downloaded for it if you didnt download it then do it.)then view the pics to save them on your computer the save is at the top left you can save all at once or individualy.