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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 12836 8-Apr-2007 22:41
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Hi just wondering if anyone can tell me how to get the pictures onto my laptop from my sanyo 6600? Can you get a data transfer cablefor this model?

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  Reply # 66612 8-Apr-2007 22:47
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Yes you can, there are alot on trademe



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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 66614 8-Apr-2007 23:09
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Oh cool thank you very much. Just another question while I've got your brains, what do I need to look for? Like whats it called?

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  Reply # 66615 8-Apr-2007 23:22
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Just upload them to online album. Once there then login on computer to online album and then copy them to hard drive - costs nothing.




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  Reply # 66630 9-Apr-2007 09:52
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Ok I'm really not to smart on all this technology stuff. How do I do that?



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  Reply # 66631 9-Apr-2007 10:08
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Scratch that people. I'v just figured it out. Thank you for all your help.

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