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I am a 71-yr-old lady who just transferred some photos from my Nikon 4100 to my Dell computer which worked just fine. But I still have my camera connected to the cable & did not follow the instructions for disconnecting. And can not find the applicable instructions anywhere. And my camera is "frozen."

What should I do? Is there anyone out there who can help me with this simple request?

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I am a 71-yr-old lady who just transferred some photos from my Nikon 4100 to my Dell computer which worked just fine. But I still have my camera connected to the cable & did not follow the instructions for disconnecting. And can not find the applicable instructions anywhere. And my camera is "frozen."

What should I do? Is there anyone out there who can help me with this simple request?

 

Do you see an icon, at the lower right of your screen, like what I have attached below?

 

If so, double click on it, then click on the Stop button in the pop-up. Then, click on the OK button, and you can then close that box, shut off your camera, and disconnect it from your computer.

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Do you see an icon, at the lower right of your screen, like what I have attached below?

 

If so, double click on it, then click on the Stop button in the pop-up. Then, click on the OK button, and you can then close that box, shut off your camera, and disconnect it from your computer.

 

 

Thank you so much - I feel rather silly not having checked that out myself. But I seldom transfer any photos - and remembered, too late, that I was supposed to follow the instructions for "disconnecting." It worked - and all is well. (Didn't say that I've had the camera hooked on the cable for several days - and the batteries also were dead. So I recharged the batteries and I have a usable camera again - for the holidays coming up.

You are very kind - isn't it amazing that "connections" like this can be made across the country.

I just told my teacher daughter about it.

Again thanks - and happy holidays.

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Thank you so much - I feel rather silly not having checked that out myself. But I seldom transfer any photos - and remembered, too late, that I was supposed to follow the instructions for "disconnecting." It worked - and all is well. (Didn't say that I've had the camera hooked on the cable for several days - and the batteries also were dead. So I recharged the batteries and I have a usable camera again - for the holidays coming up.

You are very kind - isn't it amazing that "connections" like this can be made across the country.

I just told my teacher daughter about it.

Again thanks - and happy holidays.

 

You're welcome, and you have a happy holiday season, too.

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