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praglen

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I have Windows XP and want to upload photos from my mobile phone to my PC, with a USB cable that came with the camera, along with a mini-size CD, which doesn't fit my CD drive. Where can I find the driver? Should I go to the Nokia web site(It's a Nokia 5000 RM-362 camera phone) to find it?
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what do you mean the mini cd doesn't fit your cd drive? cd drives are more than capable of playing the mini cds (they can even play square CDs if you can find one)...
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Well, this may not be a square peg, but it don't fit the center of the disk. No matter; I` downloaded the Nokia PC software package for this cell phone. That's the good news. The bad news is there is nowhere I can find a key to transfer photos from the cell phone to the PC. The instruction booklet doesn't address the problem. Can I find a place/list of options, etc. in the cell phone to download photos?
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well....it's possible that your phone won't let you do it....there are a number of phones that don't let you transfer photos directly

does the phone have a memory card in it? or does it just use internal storage?
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Does your phone support Bluetooth?

I bought an inexpensive B/T dongle that I plug in whenever I want to transfer photos across.

You do have to make sure B/T visibility is enabled on all the photos you want to copy (and make sure protection is off), other than that it's really straightforward.
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If you downloaded the proper suite for the phone, it should work.

Downloads for Nokia 5000
How to use Nokia PC suite
How to connect with the cable
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