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With digital cameras, blurred photos are almost always a result of camera shake. You need to hold the camera still even after pressing the button, as there is often a short delay before the shutter fires.
Many digital cameras have a two-stage shutter press- first pressure causes the camera to focus, then the follow through pressure takes the picture. If you are rushing this, you may get unfocussed shots.
Finally, make sure that you have not left the camera in Macro mode. This is a special extreme close-up mode offered by some cameras, and it does not allow autofocus on objects at normal distances. The icon for Macro mode is a little flower.
If none of these is the problem, there may be a fault requiring service (probably not economically viable unless they will do it under warranty).
Usually the maker has a website to download the drivers you need so your computer and camera can communicate. If you are looking for the photo editing programs that come with the camera then unless you registered your camera with the manufacter, they will usually charge you for another disc.