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First you need to install the drivers. If you don't have installation CD, use some software like this: Driver Update Software for XP Vista 7 8. After update you will be able to operate properly.
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Well sometimes when you don't "eject" the memory card properly, the card can have registry errors which makes it corrupt and you can't view the card properly. My suggestion is to put it back in your computer and try to reformat the memory card. This can simply be done by right clicking the card in ""my computer" and choose reform.
if you dont have CD then an option to transfer data from phone to computer by a Memory Card Reader if you have SD card in your phone (most of phones do have). They will go by the name " 6 in One, 12 in one, USB Reader Writer or Flash Memory Card Reader Writer. They allow all memory sticks and cards to be recognized by your computer. On Windows XP, you just plug it in and find it as another drive on My Computer then just copy and paste the files you want to transfer.
When you plug your camera into the computer (this is what I think you are saying) then nothing is detected on the card. Two things to try: Get a card reader, they cost about $10.00 to a little more at most stores such as Best Buy, Walmart, and so on. By using a card reader/writer, there is no need to have any software installed on any computer as the card reader will be detected as a mass storage device on all operating systems from the recent past years.
Drivers are on the installation disk. 3D will have it on cd#1 and 4D on the dvd. With the disk in the drive, plug the dCard reader/writer in and use the "add new hardware" wizard to allow the drivers to install automatically. Now,either repeat this for each usb port or remember to always plug in to the same port.
Once you have inserted your memory card in the reader, usually after a few seconds a dialog box will ask you if you want to open the pictures, copy them, etc. If not, you might have to manually check the drive letter assigned to the card by examining the drives under windows explorer. Once you have figured this out, you can copy the files from the card to your PC