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Cannot access the drive letter associated with the camera

After I connected my digital camera to a computer running the Windows 2000 or Windows XP operating system, the camera transferred pictures, but I cannot access the drive letter associated with the camera. The camera appears as a removable drive and not as a camera. How do I fix this?

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To resolve this problem, do the following: IMPORTANT: You must have full Administrator privileges and the ability to change sharing privileges. Connect the camera to the computer. Double-click the My Computer icon. Right-click the drive letter associated with the camera, and then select Sharing. Select Share this folder. In the User Limit field, select Maximum allowed. Click Apply, and then OK. NOTE: Depending on how the operating system is set up, you may have to do this procedure every time you try to access the camera.

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How to change your drive letter in Windows Vista and Windows 7
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4176803-change_drive_letter_in_windows_vista

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