I've borrowed a friend's Canon Digital Rebel EOS camera for a wedding, and I really need to get the photos off of the memory cards. It seems the only way to get my Windows 98 to do this is to d/l the TWAIN driver from the Canon site, which I did. I got about 100 photos off of the first memory card two days ago, then came back to finish up with the other cards. To do this, I open Photoshop, then File > Import > Canon EOS Kiss Rebel 300D USB... and then a separate window opens with thumbnails of all the photos. I select the photos I want to import, then click File > Transfer images in that TWAIN window, and it's supposed to go about transferring the photos into Photoshop. Like I said, it worked perfectly right after I installed it two days ago, but suddenly, it does one of two things: 1) doesn't load the thumbnails at all (just a bunch of blank, grey squares), or 2) loads the thumbnails just fine, but locks up Photoshop when it tries to transfer the images.
Sometimes I get error messages about insufficient memory, and sometimes I get a blue screen that says, "A fatal exception OE has occurred at O16F:BFF9DFFF. The current application will be terminated." Most of the time I don't get anything, the Close Program dialog won't come up, nothing responds and I have to restart.
I really need to find some way of getting these photos off (I have about 900 +/- I have to transfer, so emailing or burning to CD from other computers is kind of a last resort) and frankly, I'm somewhat worried about all of the different error messages and the health of my machine in general.
Let me also add that I've run Spybot: S&D and avast!, as well as ScanDisk and nothing comes up as a problem.