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Transfer Problem I am trying to transfer my photos/movies onto my PC using the USB connection. However when I connect up and turn the camera on the screen on the camera merely asys USB DSC ....and then does nothing? Does anyone know what this means??? Many thanks

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What did your PC screen say? It is the PC that does the file transfer not the camera. If you use a Window XP OS, a window on the PC screen should pop up and ask you what you want to do. If you don't see that (plug and unplug the USB cable again and/or use your window window explorer (right click on the start icon and choose explore) to look for your camera. I don't have a Finepix S304, may be the camera screen just telling you that it detected a PC hook up to the camera. Good luck, Hope this help.

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